He writes about it Axios citing US and Israeli officials.
The newspaper reports that under pressure from the Biden administration, Israel has adjusted its policy toward Moscow and gradually taken a more pro-Ukrainian stance. But so far it has not supplied advanced weapons to Ukraine.
Amir Eshel, the director general of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, visited Washington two weeks ago to hold talks with US Deputy Secretary of Defense for Political Affairs Colin Kahl on security cooperation between the United States and Israel.
“Kal asked Eschel whether Israel would allow Berlin to hand over Spike anti-tank missiles to Ukraine, which are manufactured at a plant in Germany owned by Israel,” sources said.
The publication notes that Eschel rejected the request, telling Kalyu that Israel would supply Ukraine only with non-lethal military equipment.
- Ukraine ranked first in the world in terms of arms supplies from the United States.
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