Putin and Netanyahu had an urgent telephone conversation

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a telephone conversation, during which they discussed the situation in the Gaza Strip. The conversation was so important that Netanyahu was forced to interrupt a government meeting to communicate with the Russian leader.

According to Israeli media, the conversation lasted about 50 minutes. The main topics of conversation were the current situation in Gaza and the evacuation of citizens from the Palestinian enclave. Netanyahu expressed dissatisfaction with Russia's position regarding Israel's actions, in particular, criticism of Moscow at the UN and other international platforms. He also criticized cooperation between Russia and Iran, which he considers dangerous.

In turn, Putin emphasized Russia's principled position against terrorism in all its manifestations. The Kremlin said that during the conversation the catastrophic humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip was discussed. Russia has expressed its readiness to help reduce the suffering of civilians and de-escalate the conflict.

Data from the conversation between the two leaders confirm the severity of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the importance of international cooperation for its resolution.


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