Foreign Minister: “Israel will continue to provide humanitarian support to Ukraine”

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eli Cohen, spoke with the Secretary of State in Lincoln and other foreign ministers. The minister made it clear that Iran’s involvement in the fighting in Ukraine is a wake-up call for democracies around the world and a joint global move is required against it

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Eli Cohen, spoke with a number of foreign ministers, including the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, regarding Iran’s involvement in global terrorism. Foreign Minister Cohen emphasized that Israel will continue to provide humanitarian support to Ukraine, among other things, based on Israeli knowledge in the fields of dealing with trauma and emergency situations.

Foreign Minister Eli Cohen: “The partnership with Ukraine is of strategic importance to the State of Israel. The war in Ukraine is a clear challenge to stability and the world order as we know it, and the international community must respond to Iran’s threatening involvement in the war. The terrorist regime in Iran is responsible for the use of advanced drones against civilian targets in Ukraine and it is a violation of Iran’s commitments to the international community and a violation of the values ​​and spirit of democracies around the world.”

The conversation was held by the Foreign Minister at the “Conference of Democracies” call online, led by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kolba and the foreign ministers of France, Italy, the Czech Republic, Argentina, Zambia, Liberia, Japan and Malawi also participated.

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