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MOSCOW, October 28. /TASS/. Israel has its "own system of interaction" with Russia and has no plans to join anti-Russian sanctions, Israeli Immigration & Absorption Minister and Jerusalem Affairs Minister Zeev Elkin told radio station Echo of Moscow on Wednesday.
"Israel is not planning to join anti-Russian sanctions," Elkin said. "Israel shares neutral position concerning conflicts between Russia and Western countries."
"Israel has its own system of relations with Russia," the minister said. "Even when we do not agree with some Russian decision we prefer to solve the situation through a direct dialogue between the two countries’ leaders, not through sanctions."