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Russia does not guarantee Israel's future if it sends air defense systems to Ukraine

As we know the Russian military operation in Ukraine is still continuing and it is not certain when it will end. It is known that various types of weapons were supplied to Kyiv.

Bloomberg sources said That Russia will respond if Israel supplies air defense systems directly or through third parties to Ukraine. However, the report did not specify what action Moscow would take.

Israel is showing a signal to welcome the idea of supplying defense equipment to Kiev as Iran supplies Moscow with kamikaze drones.

Prime Minister Yair Lapid told Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in October that Moscow's relations with Tehran put "the whole world in danger".

However, the imminent change of government in Israel puts the zionist regime's future policies in question.

Benjamin Netanyahu, who is expected to form the next government, is known for his good relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bloomberg's report follows a statement made by former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev last month, who warned Israel against sending weapons to Ukraine. "It will destroy all diplomatic relations between Israel and Russia," Medvedev said.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told Channel 12 on Tuesday last week that Israel had recently agreed to provide his country with the requested radio system in February, and said that the two countries were engaged in intelligence cooperation relating to iranian-made kamikaze drones used by Russia in the war.

On Sunday, Ukrainian Ambassador to Israel Yevgen Korniychuk also said, "There has been progress on several technical issues relating to defense, particularly regarding Israel's offer to provide missile warning technology."

While providing humanitarian aid, Israel has maintained a strict policy of not providing military aid to Ukraine since Russian forces carried out an invasion on February 24, including systems that could help it intercept Moscow missile and drone attacks.

The reason behind the decision was Israel's strategic need to defend freedom of operations in Syria, as part of its efforts to deter iranian strongholds on its doorstep.

To that end, Israel is cooperating with the Russian military, which largely controls Syrian airspace. Israeli officials also expressed fear that advanced military technology could fall into enemy hands and cited production and supply limitations.

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