(Worthy News) – Israeli officials said Monday that “no one knows” what President Vladimir Putin truly wants by ordering the closure of the Jewish Agency in the country as the rift between Israel and Russia deepens.
A Moscow court said last week that the Justice Ministry had requested the “dissolution” of the Jewish Agency because of unspecified legal violations, and set a hearing for July 28.
President Vladimir Putin, the Jewish Agency and Prime Minister Yair Lapid (Photo: Niv Musman, Reuters, EPA) The officials said that due to the ongoing crisis with Russia, Isaac Herzog must get involved in helping mend the divisions after the president managed to resolve crises with Poland and with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. [ Source: Ynet News (Read More…) ]
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