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Israel will support Ukraine’s peace plan at the UN next week.

Israel will support Ukraine’s peace plan at the UN next week.

Israel intends to support the Ukrainian peace initiative to resolve the conflict, which Kiev will propose to the UN next week, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said on Thursday following a meeting with Ukrainian counterpart Dmitry Kuleba.

“A good meeting with my colleague, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, has just ended. I informed him about the continuation of Israeli assistance to Ukraine and our intention to support the Ukrainian peace initiative, which will be presented at the UN next week,” Cohen wrote in his Telegram -channel.

According to him, during the meeting, the ministers also discussed the deepening of cooperation between the countries, including in combating the Iranian threat.

“Israel will continue to support Ukraine, as we did last year,” Cohen said.

In the UN General Assembly, Ukraine and its supporters are preparing a resolution that will talk about the need to achieve a lasting peace as soon as possible, ensuring the independence, sovereignty of Ukraine, its unity and territorial integrity. It will also contain a call for Russia to immediately withdraw its troops. The resolutions of the General Assembly are declarative, not binding.