WEST BANK (Dispatches) – U.S. officials pressured the Zionist regime to offer a deal to supply Ukraine with some “strategic materials,” a new report has revealed.
The Zionist regime reportedly wants the details of the agreement to remain secret in order to avoid tensions with Moscow.
Citing statements of three senior European diplomatic officials, Israeli newspaper Haaretz revealed that the U.S. government contacted Zionist regime officials several weeks ago to pressure them to supply anti-aircraft batteries to Ukraine. The occupying regime refused to accept the demand, but instead pledged to fund the “strategic materials.”
In the report, it is explained that several million dollars have been transferred to a NATO member state that is heavily involved in the supply of military equipment to Ukraine.
After receiving the money, the regime bought the data-x-items and sent them to Ukraine. Haaretz sources requested to keep the details and nature of the materials confidential; the Zionist regime also asked all parties involved in the agreement not to disclose it publicly because it may anger the Russian government.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, has repeatedly asked the regime to supply his country with military weapons, including the Iron Dome air system.
The occupying regime, however, has officially refused the request due to some diplomatic relations with Russia and has only sent some military equipment such as helmets and body armor to Kiev.
However, Ukrainian officials told the New York Times last month that the Zionist regime is providing intelligence support to its military and that a Zionist regime company is sending satellite images of Russian military positions to the Zelensky administration.
Meanwhile, Russia’s former President Dmitry Medvedev said recently that the occupying regime would “destroy” all ties with Moscow if the regime insisted on the “very reckless move” of supplying Ukraine with weapons.