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The impact of escalating differences between Russia and Israel on the Ukraine crisis

The impact of escalating differences between Russia and Israel on the Ukraine crisis

The Zionist regime's biased military intervention in the Ukraine crisis will certainly increase the level of tension between Moscow and Tel Aviv and lead the existing verbal conflict to reciprocal action by Russia.

NOURNEWS - "Adolf Hitler also had Jewish blood," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a statement last week that angered Israeli officials.

Senior Israeli officials reacted strongly to Lavrov's remarks, accusing Russia of waging an "absolute war" in Ukraine.

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid called Lavrov's remarks "controversial" and "unforgivable," and called on Russia's ambassador to Israel to comment.

The reaction of Tel Aviv officials, however, did not deter Lavrov from continuing to state Russia's position on the issue, as he took a more aggressive approach on Tuesday (May 3), referring to Israeli support for Ukraine: "Israel supports the neo-Nazi regime in Kiev."

"Unfortunately, history knows the tragic examples of Jewish-Nazi cooperation," he said, referring directly to Yair Lapid's remarks.

Since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis, Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly stated his intention to "demilitarization" and "denazification" his neighbor, and Foreign Minister Lavrov's remarks are a follow-up to Putin's policy. It becomes.

The Zionist regime has traditionally had good relations with Ukraine and Russia, and from the very beginning of the Ukraine crisis, it tried to maintain these relations by taking a moderate approach, but the escalation of the crisis and the open support of the West for Ukraine created the conditions for continuing the neutral approach was not possible on the part of Tel Aviv, and the regime was practically on the opposite side of Russia.

In a speech to the Israeli parliament (Knesset) in late March, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on the country to support his country in its fight against Russia.

 Zionist officials, however, gave a not-so-promising response to his request and announced that they would send their helmets and bulletproof vests to Ukraine!

Prior to Lavrov's recent remarks, at least no apparent action had been taken by the Naftali Bennett government to send weapons to Ukraine, but on Tuesday the regime media reported that Tel Aviv had responded to Lavrov's anti-Semitic remarks by allowing arms deliveries to Ukraine through the Baltic States. The decision will allow the Baltic States to deliver Israeli-made weapons, especially advanced Spike missiles, to Kyiv.

Estonia and Lithuania have the LR version of Spike missiles, and Latvia has the LR, LR2, ER and SR versions of this weapon.

This anti-tank missile uses a combined electro-optical guidance system and infrared imager for targeting and does not need operator control after firing.

Ukraine's access to this advanced system could significantly equip its military against Russian armored units and helicopters.

This move by the Zionist regime, which is a kind of biased military intervention in the Ukraine crisis, will definitely increase the level of tension between Moscow and Tel Aviv, and will lead the existing verbal conflict to reciprocal actions by Russia.

Given the presence of Russian troops in Syria and its silence in the face of repeated Israeli incursions into Syrian positions on Russian soil, a change in Russia's approach to Tel Aviv's actions in Syria could be part of Moscow's response to Israel's military behavior in the crisis.

If Russia decides to use its capabilities in Syria to punish the Zionist regime, it can be argued that the crisis in Ukraine has extended to the Mediterranean.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi


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