Putin-Netanyahu meeting being discussed, but no specific agreements reached - Ushakov
MOSCOW. Oct 16 (Interfax) - Russia and Israel are discussing arranging a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but no specific agreements have been reached on the matter, Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov said.
"In their last telephone conversation, [Putin and Netanyahu] discussed the possible organization of a contact, but no agreement has been reached on a specific meeting. The possibility is being discussed," Ushakov told journalists at a news briefing on Tuesday.
Asked whether Putin and Netanyahu might meet in Sochi, Ushakov said he did not know where the meeting would take place.