Bibi To Meet Putin
By Micah Halpern
Sunday May 6, 2018
I've Been Thinking:
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will, once again, visit Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Bibi will fly to Moscow where he will be an official guest at the Victory Day parade and celebrations.
Victory Day is held every year on May 9th. It celebrates the Russian (actually the Soviet) defeat of the Nazis. It is a huge celebration in Russia.
This will be the 8th face-to-face meeting between the Russian and Israeli leaders in two years. They have much to discuss.
Tensions between the two leaders surrounding Syria and Iran are certainly a high priority agenda item.
Putin's invitation to Netanyahu to join him at the Victory Day celebration and parade is a grand gesture signifying that the Russian leader wants to get relations between the two countries back on track.
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