Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel is examining the feasibility of supplying Ukraine with its advanced Iron Dome anti-missile defense system, reports AA. In an interview with the French LCI channel, Netanyahu said that the previous government had considered and rejected the idea of arms supplies, but he will examine the matter and make a decision based on Israel's interests in the region. He added that Israel's contribution to Ukraine will likely be in other areas and that Israel has already provided humanitarian aid and accepted Ukrainian refugees. During his election campaign, Netanyahu promised to consider weapons supplies to Ukraine, a move supported by international sanctions imposed on Russia for its war on Ukraine.