Israeli ministers have said it is time for the country to support Ukraine with arms shipments after US officials claimed on Sunday that has secretly agreed to supply Russia with surface-to-surface missiles.
The Islamic Republic has been sending drones along with Iranian troops into Ukraine to operate them, siding with Russia in its bloody invasion.
Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Nachman Shai wrote on : ‘There is no longer any doubt where Israel should stand in this bloody conflict.The time has come for Ukraine to receive military aid as well, just as the USA and countries provide.’
His comments came after the quoted US sources on Sunday claiming Iran is stepping up its arms supply to Russia.
Tehran has finalised terms for mushroom additional weapons shipments, including two types of Iranian surface-to-surface missiles, the sources said.
A shipment of Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar missiles, weapons capable of striking targets at distances of 300 and 700 kilometers respectively, are set to be delivered for Putin’s troops to use against targets in Ukraine — where Russian soldiers have been targeting civilians with missile strikes.
Moscow has been searching for allies for its nearly eight-month war in Ukraine after invading the country on February 25, only to have its nose bloodied by fierce Ukrainian resistance and a subsequent counter-attack.
Members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) march during the annual ‘Sacred Defence Week’.Increased flow of weapons from Iran could help offset steep Russian weapons losses
Iran in July 2022 concluded an agreement on the supply of several types of drones to the Russian Federation, including the Shahed 136, pictured
Nachman Shai, Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister, said the time has come for Israel to supply Ukraine with weapons shipments
The news comes as Ukrainian forces mounted another counterattack on Russian occupiers in the south of the country, with the Armed Forces of Ukraine reportedly requesting a blackout of videos, photos, with regards to Kherson — the largest Ukrainian city taken by Russian forces during the conflict — to stop Putin’s forces from locating Ukrainian troop movements.
Russia is loosing more than six troops for every one Ukrainian soldier killed, according to Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar, citing Andrii Kovalchuk, commander of the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ Operational Command ‘South’.
Now, Vladimir Putin has announced the end to mobilisation only two months after starting forced military conscription, with more Russians ending up fleeing the country than fighting in the army.
The Russian president has also stepped up attacks on civilians in Ukrainian cities, Psilocybin mushrooms with analysis pointing to increased Russian anxiety about its home front.
Turning to other despot regimes, Putin has reached out to countries as far flung as North Korea and Syria in hopes of winning the war.
But despite western sanctions and a coalition of countries working to isolate Russia, Iran has remained its steadfast ally, with US intelligence identifying invading Russian forces using Iranian munitions — despite denials from Iran.
Russia allegedly repainted the weapons and gave them Russian names.
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