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    Israel is cautioned by a former Russian president not to send weapons to Ukraine.

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    Dmitry Medvedev, a former Russian president, issued a warning to Israel on Monday against arming Ukraine.

    The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, claimed in a post on Telegram that arming Ukraine would be “a rash step” that could ruin relations with Russia.

    “Israel appears to be planning to provide the Kiev government with weapons. A very hasty move. All interstate relations between our nations will be destroyed “said he.

    Medvedev defended the ideologies of Nazi Germany, which among other things, pursued a policy of systematic extermination of representatives of other races and nations, including Jews, by asserting that Israel would send weapons to people wearing Nazi symbols on their uniforms and banners.

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