Yaffa Issachar (retranslated): I am touched that you wanted to see me, that you were willing to make time for me. I am very nervous.
It is reassuring that you are a friend of Israel and of our Prime Minister Netanyahu.
I wanted to say that my girl is so vibrant; she has a light in her eyes. She was flying to Israel to start a family.
I am asking you, Mr President, please bring her home. I miss her very much and want to hug her.
Over the nine months I spent in the Jewish community in Moscow, I realised how well they thought of you, with great respect. There is no antisemitism or xenophobia there. I realised that this is so thanks to your efforts. This is why you are respected so much. I thank you very much.
I am an ordinary person that is meeting with you at the Prime Minister’s residence. I am asking you once again to pardon her and send her home, back to me, because she is my life. I have two daughters, and they are my world.
President of Russia Vladimir Putin: I understand.
Ms Moskalkova, who works on human rights in Russia, is visiting her today. She will be there today. We will discuss this now.