Israeli radars are arriving in Ukraine
Radars for Ukraine's missile strike prevention system, manufactured by the Israeli company RADA Electronic Industries, have begun to arrive in Ukraine
Israel Defense reported the information.
Ukraine will receive a batch of 16 such radars. The first three of them have already arrived. The radars will be used to detect and prevent Russian missile attacks. Information about a missile attack can be received either through a horn or a cell phone.
The first photo with RADA radars in Ukraine was published by Israeli volunteer Natan Flayer.
The outlet notes that the supply of RADA radars requires the approval of the Israeli Defense Ministry. It also reminds that the country does not supply or sell military equipment to Ukraine. Instead, Israel has set up a field hospital in Ukraine, which is now providing Ukraine with a missile warning system.
This week, an Israeli early warning system for a missile strike has been launched in Kyiv.