Marking 25 years of diplomatic relations, Netanyahu arrived in Moscow for talks with Putin, apparently focusing on the Middle East and the strengthening of ties between the two countries.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived at Vnukovo II airport just outside Moscow on a rainy Monday for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Accompanied by his wife Sara, who was presented with a bouquet upon arrival, the Israeli leader was received by an honor guard at the runway.

Talks focused on the conflict in Syria, curtailing global terror,  and prospects for a two-solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Watch the Netanyahus’ arrival at the Moscow airport, where they were received with full honors.






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