Russian President Vladimir Putin held telephone talks with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
This is reported by the press service of the Kremlin.
“They discussed topical issues of bilateral cooperation in trade, economic and humanitarian areas. Special attention was paid to cooperation in the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection, including possible deliveries of Russian-made vaccines to the Palestinian Authority,” the Kremlin said.
The sides also discussed “the problems of the Middle East settlement.” Putin reaffirmed Russia’s readiness to help achieve “a fair and long-term solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict,” including using “the potential of the Quartet of international mediators.”