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NATO wants Israel to 're-examine' its aid to Ukraine

NATO and Israel are closer than even before on the issue of the Iranian threat but not yet on the same page over assisting Ukraine.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) shakes hands with President of the State of Israel Isaac Herzog.

BRUSSELS — A senior Israeli diplomatic source told Al-Monitor on Friday that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) leaders asked the country's President Isaac Herzog to re-examine areas where Israel could do more in assisting Ukraine, while taking into account Israeli security constraints.

Israel’s President Isaac Herzog participated Thursday in the North Atlantic Council meeting at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels.

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