TEL AVIV, April 10th. /TASS/. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on Monday that he is ready to help find a solution for a peaceful settlement of the situation around Ukraine. At the same time, he expressed doubts that such a way of settlement currently exists.
The Israeli prime minister spoke at the headquarters of the country’s Ministry of Defense with an appeal to the nation about the security situation, after which he agreed to answer several questions from journalists. One of these questions was a request to comment on the situation around Ukraine, Netanyahu, in particular, was asked if he was considering visiting Kyiv in the near future.
In response, he said: “I will do what I can, if I can, to help in any way to resolve this conflict. I do not know if there is such a way. If there is such a way, I will.” Netanyahu refrained from other comments on the topic of his possible trip to Ukraine or mediation for a peace settlement.