Israel has denounced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine but has only provided protective gear and humanitarian help to Kiev. The first meeting between the two leaders since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last year will take place on Thursday in Kyiv, according to the Israeli Foreign Ministry’s Eli Cohen. Israel has denounced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine but has only provided protective gear and humanitarian help to Kiev.
Despite talking about revisiting Israeli policy on the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who took office again in December, has refrained from committing to directly supplying armaments to Kiev.
Israeli military operations against alleged Iranian targets in Syria, where Moscow maintains a garrison, are being coordinated with Russia via a hotline set up in 2015. They are also concerned about the large Jewish community in Russia. Cohen was scheduled to attend the Israeli embassy’s official reopening, according to the ministry.
This news is written by Miss. Ankita, Associate, All India Legal Forum