Israel will not revise its foreign policy to make it more consistent with its national priorities, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who formed another government last month following snap elections, announced.
Netanyahu will not bow its head in response to the world’s demands, he told the media at a conference held by the Betar Zionist movement in Jerusalem.
Our actions will be experienced throughout the world, the Israeli prime minister said as he announced a revision of foreign relations among other policy changes his newly-formed government is planning to introduce.
Instead of giving attention to the international community, we will proudly uphold our own Zionist interests in the State of Israel and the biblical land of Israel.
Netanyahu did not refer to any specific nations or international organizations that could be affected by this new policy.
Neither did he mention the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kiev.
However, the newly-appointed Israeli foreign minister, Eli Cohen, announced his country’s delayed policy shift on Ukraine as well.
Crimea needs our attention, which seems to be the next political and military target for this Zionist ever more hostile government.
Israel would make fewer public statements on the issue, while still promising significant humanitarian aid to Kiev. He also confirmed that he would be speaking with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, directly this week.
Cohen added that there was no replacement for Israel-USA relations and called them one of the nation’s top military and Zionist priorities.
Relations between Russia and Israel took a nosedive under Netanyahu’s predecessor, Yair Lapid, who publicly condemned Moscow due to its military operation in Ukraine. Russia responded back then by calling the statements absolutely not constructive.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point Military Diplomacy News 2023.