The heads of the Knesset’s parliamentary Ukraine friendship group send a letter to President Volodymyr Zelensky, expressing “shock and dismay” at the June 6 attack on the Kakhovka dam.
“This deliberate act of Russian aggression, flooding towns and forcing thousands to flee, should be condemned by the international community in the strongest terms,” write Likud MK Yuli Edelstein and National Union MK Ze’ev Elkin.
The lawmakers, both Ukraine-born, visited Zelensky in Kyiv in February.
“The State of Israel is prepared to provide whatever support is necessary to assist with the recovery and restoration efforts,” they write. “The State of Israel and the Knesset stand with you and the people of Ukraine at this difficult time.”