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Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, has said he is considering military aid to Ukraine and would be willing to serve as a mediator in the war under the right "circumstances".
Mr Netanyahu made no firm commitments to Ukraine and Israel has preserved a relationship with Russia, which controls the skies in neighboring Syria and has turned a blind eye to Israeli strikes on Iran.
When asked by CNN if Israel could provide assistance to Ukraine such as Iron Dome, the US-backed technology that defends Israel from air attack, he replied: "Well, I'm certainly looking into it.”
He also confirmed he would be willing to take up a diplomatic role amid the conflict if asked by both nations and the US.
“If asked by all relevant parties, I’ll certainly consider it, but I’m not pushing myself in,” Mr Netanyau said. He stipulated it would have to be the “right time and the right circumstances.”