Israel mulls providing military aid to Ukraine
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time held a discussion of Israel's policy on military aid for Ukraine, The Times of Israel reported on March 14.
According to the report, the option of providing material military assistance was discussed during the meeting.
It is noted that Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, Foreign Minister Eli Cohen, Mossad chief David Barnea, IDF chief of staff Hertz Halevi, Netanyahu's military secretary Avi Gil and others participated in the meeting.
According to the article “No decisions have been made and the discussions will continue.”
On Feb. 28, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said that his country supports Ukraine and condemns Russian aggression. At the same time, he added that Jerusalem is in a "unique position," alluding to Israel hoping to maintain decent relations with Moscow to protect national security interests in Syria.
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