Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister laments ‘lack of political support from Israel’

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Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister laments ‘lack of political support from Israel’
Emine Dzhaparova calls for more Israeli involvement in crisis, as Jerusalem voices caution and seeks to balance its relationships with both Kyiv and Moscow
By TOI staff

Deputy Ukrainian Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova lamented a “lack of political support” from Israel during the crisis with Russia, in a Friday interview with Israeli television. The statement came as Russian troops continued to mass on Ukraine’s borders, the US warned of an invasion and exchanges of fire along the conflict line sparked fears of a potential conflagration in eastern Europe. Israel has been attempting to balance relations with both Ukraine and Russia during the crisis by not showing favoritism for either side, but Ukraine has sought Israeli involvement several times.

Israel maintains a friendly relationship with Ukraine and warm, but sensitive ties with Russia. Israel and Russia both have a stake in Syria, where Israel seeks to counter Iranian influence, and Russia has a presence and alliance with the Assad regime. Overlapping interests in Syria sometimes cause friction between Moscow and Jerusalem. Ukraine and Russia also both have significant Jewish communities, which Israel takes into account.

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athenasius

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The Ukraine is right smack in the middle of Magog territory of old. I don't think the friendly relations will last if Ezek 38 includes Magog in the gang of invaders.

And what did Emine Dzhaparova think would happen when the leader of the Ukraine is busy telling everyone there is no war, no problem, no threat? Why would Israel ignore that very clear signal that all is well in the Ukraine? From the leader no less?

There seems to be a gap of understanding and sticking to the same script between this Deputy Foreign Minister and the leader of the Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Israel can't win with the Ukraine. And if Zelenskyy is right, and there is nothing to worry about, then Israel shouldn't be a problem no matter who they have friendly relations with.
 

athenasius

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This is another small step away from Israel by the Ukraine as Ukraine moves closer to it's destiny in Ezekiel. Eventually they will be enfolded back into Russia's "loving" embrace and act as one in the Ezek 38 prophecy.
 

Praying

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The Ukraine is right smack in the middle of Magog territory of old. I don't think the friendly relations will last if Ezek 38 includes Magog in the gang of invaders.

And what did Emine Dzhaparova think would happen when the leader of the Ukraine is busy telling everyone there is no war, no problem, no threat? Why would Israel ignore that very clear signal that all is well in the Ukraine? From the leader no less?

There seems to be a gap of understanding and sticking to the same script between this Deputy Foreign Minister and the leader of the Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Israel can't win with the Ukraine. And if Zelenskyy is right, and there is nothing to worry about, then Israel shouldn't be a problem no matter who they have friendly relations with.
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