Israel goes all out for Russia's Putin, who arrives 90 minutes late
Perhaps he was tired, but Putin looked rather apathetic during the dinner later at the President's Residence.
As the city of Netanya prepared for his arrival, the entire upper echelons of Israel's government were summoned to greet Russian President Vladimir Putin with the greatest possible splendor and warmth. All were waiting for Putin to come and dedicate the Red Army Monument, a tribute to the Russian soldiers who fell in battle against the Nazis.
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