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JERUSALEM, June 25 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Vladimir Putin invited President of Israel Shimon Peres to visit Russia in the autumn of 2012 when the Museum of Tolerance will be opened in Moscow.
“We plan to open the Museum of Tolerance in the autumn of this year, and it will largely be devoted to the problem of the Holocaust. I do once again whole-heartedly invite you to the museum’s opening,” Putin said at the meeting with Peres.
The Russian leader thanked the Israeli leadership once again for the unveiling of the Monument Marking the Red Army’s Victory over Nazism.