While the description of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's first face-to-face talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as "good" and "in-depth" is a positive development, Israel did not achieve a primary goal from the meeting of the two leaders: to distance Russia from Iran in Syria. This according to Ksenia Svetlova, a former Knesset member and the current director of the program on Israel-Middle East relations at Mitvim, the Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies. She spoke with KAN reporter Naomi Segal.