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Israel to provide Ukraine with anti-drone systems, as Netanyahu visits Germany

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has gone on the offensive, arguing in Berlin that his judicial reform will strengthen Israeli democracy, not weaken it.
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PARIS — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reaffirmed their countries' support to Ukraine on Thursday in a meeting in Berlin. The meeting took place just as the Israeli Defense Ministry reportedly approved export of anti-drone systems to Kyiv, in a first since the Russian invasion. 

At their conference in Berlin, Scholz and Netanyahu committed to support Ukraine as the war with Russia enters its second year.

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