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MOSCOW, November 21, 22:31 /ITAR-TASS/. There are fewer disagreements between Russia and Israel than is generally thought, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said when visiting Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre on Thursday, November 21.
He stressed that Russia and Israel “always discuss all issues frankly.”
“In our negotiations a word means a word and a commitment means a commitment. If there are disagreements between us, we say so straightforwardly, but there are fewer of them than is generally thought,” he said.
Netanyahu said he had had a good meeting with President Vladimir Putin. “I am very much satisfied with our visit to Russia and with the relationship we have built with the Russian authorities,” he said.