Israel said “high-precision missiles may appear in Ukraine,” while protesting against Russia’s use of Iranian ballistic missiles.
The protest was reportedly expressed in several conversations between Israel’s ambassador to Russia Alexander Ben Zvi and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Mikhail Bogdanov, Ukraine’s Militarnyi reported citing a local TV channel “Kan-11.”
Israel also warned Russian officials about the consequences of Russia’s acquisition of Iranian ballistic missiles.
The journalists also reported that the head of Israel’s National Security Council, Eyal Hulata, “warned Russia against this step and warned that if the spread of Iranian missiles is not stopped, it may lead to the appearance of high-precision ballistic missiles in Ukraine.”
Tehran has reportedly transferred ballistic missiles including Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar with range of 300km and 700km respectively.