PA President Mahmoud Abbas demanded all parties in the unity government, like Hamas, essentially recognize Israel's right to exist and a two-state solution.
Earlier this year, Dahlan led another delegation from his group to Moscow, where they met with Bogdanov. The delegation discussed preparations for holding the Palestinian parliamentary elections.
The findings of the poll show that overall support for Fatah has increased and is now higher than that of Hamas.
PA head Mahmoud Abbas is set to visit Moscow to demand for additional pressure on Israel. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett visited Russia last week.
Abbas is seeking to hinder the Egyptian mediation efforts because of his objection to the inclusion of jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti.
On Saturday, PA Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh visited Hebron, where he chaired an emergency meeting to discuss the deterioration of the security situation in the city.
Emad Khurwat, a senior Fatah official in Hebron, threatened to use force to prevent PA officials from entering the city, resulting in a crisis.
Palestinians suggested that Israel's recapture of the six fugitives who escaped from Gilboa Prison proves it has collaborators in Jenin.
The Palestinian Authority and several Palestinian factions on Wednesday denounced Israel's transfer and dispersal of prisoners after the Gilboa Prison escape and praised the escapees.
Security forces are working around the clock to find the six fugitives who escaped from Gilboa Prison Monday and prevent an outbreak of violence.