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    During the upcoming meeting, the implementation of agreements reached within the framework of Netanyahu's April 21, 2016 Moscow visit will be discussed. Issues relevant to bilateral cooperation will get special attention, Peskov said in a statement.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Russia to discuss a wide range of international issues, including Syria, with Russian President Vladimir Putin next week, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday.

    "This visit was planned long ago. The agenda is quite broad [and includes] advanced and partnership relations in various areas, the large potential in the economy, but also in the areas of security and the wide field of mutual cooperation in international policy," Peskov told journalists.

    When asked if the two leaders would discuss the crisis in Syria, Peskov said, "Undoubtedly."



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