Netanyahu to visit Russia next week

JERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel next week to Russia to discuss diplomatic and economic issues with the country's leaders, a statement from Netanyahu's office said on Thursday.
Netanyahu will leave for Moscow on March 24, the statement said, offering no further details.
Russia, along with the United States, the European Union and the United Nations, is a member of the Quartet of Middle East peace brokers, who has been pushing Israel and the Palestinians to make progress in stalled peace talks.
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