Netanyahu tells Macron that Israel is ready to supply Ukraine with 'military things' - media
During a meeting with the French president, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was ready to send 'military things' to Ukraine, but was not ready to go too far to avoid provoking Russia
The Times of Israel reported this, citing its sources.
“On Ukraine, Netanyahu expressed a willingness to send “military things” to Kyiv, according to an official with knowledge of the conversation. At the same time, he underscored that he could not go too far without provoking Russia,” the publication wrote.
The office of the Israeli prime minister refused to comment on this conversation.
At a briefing with journalists, Netanyahu said only that “I explained our policy. He knows this issue well.”
He also did not talk about the upcoming trip of Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen to Kyiv.
In addition, Netanyahu told French President Emmanuel Macron that “it is too early to think about mediation” and explained that he would not promote his role as a mediator between Russia and Ukraine until Ukraine, Russia and the United States ask him to do so.