Russia’s Putin Plans to Visit Israel in January 2020

Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: Sputnik / Mikhail Klimentyev / Kremlin via Reuters.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday he planned to visit Israel in January next year to inaugurate a memorial to World War Two victims in Jerusalem.

Putin also told a meeting with a Jewish charity fund on Tuesday that Russia was paying a “high attention” to developing mutually-beneficial relations with Israel.

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