How the Ukraine war drove Russia and Israel apart

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Russia’s likely decision to liquidate the “Jewish Agency” and stop its activities has drawn strong reactions from Tel Aviv authorities and has cast more doubts on the prospect of reducing tensions between Russia and Israel

After Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the anti-Russian positions of the Israeli authorities, a “verbal conflict” between Moscow and Tel Aviv started, which is now turning into a “diplomatic conflict.”






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