In a series of tweets, a senior adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expresses solidarity with Israel following a terror attack Tuesday that left five dead, including two Ukrainian nationals.
“Terrorism knows no borders and neither does pain and grief,” tweets Andriy Yermak, Zelensky’s chief of staff. “[Ukraine] now understand what [Israel] has been facing for decades.”
But he says both countries “will prevail – absolutely certain.”
Yermak, Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials have courted Israel’s support and pushed it to provide military aid, drawing parallels between the Russian assault on Ukraine and the Nazi Holocaust.
Today, 5 ppl killed in Bnei Brak, ????????. Two of them ????????. Terrorism knows no borders and neither does pain and grief. ???????? now understand what ???????? has been facing for decades.
— Andriy Yermak (@AndriyYermak) March 30, 2022