Israel has provided Ukraine with the intelligence it needs to fight drones.
Earlier, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said at a meeting with EU ambassadors that Israel would not supply Ukraine with weapons for a number of operational reasons, despite the fact that the Jewish state continues to support Kyiv through humanitarian aid, the next package of which will be agreed in the near future. In addition, Gantz promised that Israel would help Ukraine to develop civil early warning systems for shelling, for which the Jewish state asked the Ukrainians for information about the needs for air defense systems.
According to a Ukrainian official who made an unofficial statement, the data is “useful for shooting down drones.”
According to the adviser to the Ukrainian Minister of Defense Yuriy Sak, Israel, refusing to more actively help Ukraine to counter drones, deprives itself of the opportunity to hone the tactics of combating threats on its own territory.