The delegation includes personalities from its government, along with security guards, cooks and more. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Among the files that have been put on the table of talks between the two parties, there is the issue of the Israeli prisoner in Russia, Ostrich Askar.
Jaffa Yesakher, the mother of the Israeli woman, who is serving an actual prison in Russia after being convicted of smuggling drugs, participated in part of the meeting.
After the meeting, Putin said that the mother of Iskhasar would meet with the Russian official on issues related to human rights issues and the presidential pardon, while he told the Israeli media, "It will go well."
And the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation "Kan" quoted the Kremlin source as saying that, during the talks, Putin will demand the return of the properties belonging to the Russian Church in Jerusalem to Russian ownership.