Details of Netanyahu's conversation with the Kremlin chief have emerged.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu interrupted a cabinet meeting on Sunday morning to hold a 50-minute telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
During the conversation, the Israeli Prime Minister expressed his dissatisfaction with Russia's position at the UN and other international platforms, as well as the Kremlin's growing rapprochement with Iran.
This was reported by Israeli journalist Moriah Asraf, citing his sources, Haaretz informs. Separately, it should be noted that the conversation between Netanyahu and Putin took place against the backdrop of yesterday's visit to Moscow by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.
The Israeli Prime Minister expressed his dissatisfaction with Russia's systematic attitude towards Israel and the war in Gaza. In particular, he said in his conversation with Putin that "any country that had been subjected to such a brutal terrorist act (the invasion of Israel by Hamas militants on 7 October - ed.) would have reacted no less harshly".