Our ties helped prevent friction between armies, Netanyahu tells Putin in Moscow

Our ties helped prevent friction between armies, Netanyahu tells Putin in Moscow

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin began their meeting Wednesday afternoon in Moscow, where the Israeli premier is holding a brief state visit, Haaretz reports.

Netanyahu told Putin that "ties between us have prevent friction between our armies and contributed to security in the region." He also recounted that the two have had 11 meetings since September 2015.

Putin responded by telling the Israeli premier that he is welcome in Russia, and accepted an invitation to hold a visit in Israel.

Later that day, Putin also accepted an invitation from Netanyahu to participate in the opening ceremony for a new monument in Jerusalem commemorating victims and survivors of the World War II Siege of Leningrad.

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