UNITED NATIONS – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky held a meeting on Tuesday described by both sides as positive against the backdrop of tense relations since the start of Russia's 2022 invasion of Ukraine.
The meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, which Zelensky said was "good" as he exited the room, was the first between the two leaders since Netanyahu returned to power in December of last year.
According to Netanyahu's office, the meeting was "friendly" and Israel pledged to continue to provide humanitarian aid, including assistance in dealing with land mines.
But Israel nearly set the meeting off course before it even started.
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