Following Russia`s invasion of Ukraine, Israel was under pressure domestically and from the United States to provide weapons to the Ukrainians. While Israel provided humanitarian assistance, the government was reluctant to send arms for fear of angering Russia, which warned that doing so would destroy the
political relations between Moscow and Jerusalem. Israel has significantly improved its ties with Russia in recent years and depends on Russia not to interfere in its operations against Iran and Hezbollah in Syria.
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Should Israel provide arms to Ukraine [Not exact wording] (Kan, October 2022)