MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Israel may start sending arms to Ukraine in response to Russia’s decision to lift its five-year embargo on the delivery of the S-300 missile system to Iran, NRG reports Tuesday, citing unnamed Israeli military source.
According to NRG, Israeli government has not made any decisions yet on sending weapons to Ukraine.
Earlier on Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian president in a phone conversation that the planned delivery of the S-300 missile systems to Iran will undermine stability in the Middle East and increase Tehran’s belligerence.
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted the embargo on delivery of the S-300 systems to Tehran.
Full article: Israel May Send Arms to Ukraine if Russia Delivers S-300 to Iran – Reports (Sputnik News)