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Putin’s meeting with Netanyahu being looked at, says Kremlin

No concrete agreements on that matter have been reached, Dmitry Peskov said

MOSCOW, December 10. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s possible meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is being looked at but no concrete agreements have been reached so far, Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said on Monday.

"The heads of state [of Russia and Israel] agreed to appoint the date of their personal meeting via diplomatic channels and through their aides," he said. "So far however no concrete agreements on that matter have been reached. We just need to find coinciding dates in the president’s and premier’s schedules."

During their latest telephone conversation last week, Putin and Netanyahu agreed to look at possible organization of their personal meeting.