Sharon offers Moscow to combat ''terror'' together
In light of the seizure of a Russian school by Chechens that ended in the deaths of hundreds, Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon proposed that Israel and Russia work together to fight "terror", Israel Radio reported Sunday.
Sharon is expected to discuss the issue in talks Monday with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who will be visiting Israel, the report said. Sharon said in sending condolences to Moscow that Israel stands by its side in this difficult period. (Albawaba.com)
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