Report: Putin Negotiating With Israeli PM to Get U.S. to Lift Sanctions on SyriaChris Menahan
Oct. 28, 2021
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Russian President Vladimir Putin is negotiating with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to get the United States to lift sanctions on Syria "in order to allow Russian companies to take part in the reconstruction of the country," Axios reports.
From Axios, "Putin seeks Israel's help in easing U.S. sanctions on Syria":
Russian President Vladimir Putin asked Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to encourage the Biden administration to ease some of its sanctions on Syria in order to allow Russian companies to take part in the reconstruction of the country, Israeli officials briefed on the talks tell me.Putin reportedly agreed not to hinder Israel's airstrikes in Syria during their negotiations in Sochi.
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