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Netanyahu spoke with Putin - Russia rushed to condemn Israel | Israel Hayom

2023-12-10T13:18:21.943Z

Highlights: Netanyahu spoke with Putin - Russia rushed to condemn Israel | Israel Hayom. In a telephone conversation, the prime minister thanked the Russian president for his assistance in releasing hostages from Hamas. A few minutes after the conversation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov gave a speech condemning Israel and calling for an end to the fighting in the Gaza Strip. "There is no justification for collective punishment of millions of Palestinians", the Russian foreign minister said. "We must do everything in our power to exert political pressure to achieve a humanitarian ceasefire," Lavrov said.


In a telephone conversation, the prime minister thanked the Russian president for his assistance in releasing hostages from Hamas • The Russian foreign minister clarified: "There is no justification for collective punishment of millions of Palestinians"


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday and thanked him for his assistance in releasing the Russian hostages. At the same time, the prime minister criticized the Russian president for cooperation with Iran. A few minutes after the conversation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov gave a speech condemning Israel and calling for an end to the fighting in the Gaza Strip.

During the conversation, the prime minister expressed his displeasure with the positions expressed by Russian representatives at the UN and other forums against Israel. Netanyahu also strongly criticized the dangerous cooperation between Russia and Iran.

The Prime Minister's Office said that Netanyahu Rush stressed that any country that suffered a criminal terrorist attack as Israel experienced would act no less forcefully than Israel.

However, Netanyahu expressed appreciation for the Russian effort to free an Israeli citizen with Russian citizenship and said that Israel would use all means, both political and military, to free all our abductees. Prime Minister Netanyahu also asked that Russia exert pressure on the Red Cross in favor of visits and medicines for kidnapping



Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Photo: Reuters

A few minutes after the conversation, Reuters reported that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke at a conference in Doha, the capital of Qatar, where he condemned Israel's conduct. "We must do everything in our power to exert political pressure to achieve a humanitarian ceasefire. There is always hope for diplomacy," Lavrov said.

"We strongly condemn the terrorist attack on Israel and at a time we consider it unacceptable to use this incident to collectively punish millions of Palestinian civilians by attacking a civilian indiscriminately," the Russian foreign minister said.

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