Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will meet President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Jan. 29, the Kremlin spokesman announced. He will first talk to President Donald Trump later Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The prime minister’s office in Jerusalem said Netanyahu would travel to Moscow for five hours for the meeting with Putin. The two leaders last met in Sochi in August and have spoken regularly since then by phone. Their meeting is expected to deal with Iran and its plans for Syria, against which Netanyahu has been lobbying in a round of meetings with world leaders in Davos.