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Israel pledged to send air attack alert technology to Ukraine, Ukrainian defense minister confirms

Remnants of a destroyed Iranian-made Russian-operated Shahed-136 drone in Ukraine. Illustrative photo / OperCommand South
Israel pledged to send air attack alert technology to Ukraine, Ukrainian defense minister confirms

Israel promised to transfer missile and drone warning technologies to Ukraine, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said at a press conference in Kyiv on 5 February, Ukrinform reports.

Asked when Ukraine can receive the warning technologies from Israel, Reznikov could not answer about the terms, but confirmed that such delivery was promised:

“It’s true. They (Israel – ed.) promised us that,” he said.

In mid-January Ukrainian Ambassador to Israel Yevhen Korniychuk said that work was underway to transfer Israeli smart warning technologies to Ukraine.

Back in October 2022, Israeli then-Defense Minister Benny Gantz reiterated that Israel would not supply weapons to Ukraine, but could supply an early-warning system to warn of incoming strikes.

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