Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled a visit to the country by Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman, who was to be held next week. It is reported TASS with reference to the newspaper “Yediot Ahronot”.
Such a decision, Netanyahu adopted after Ukraine voted for anti-Israel resolution on settlements, which yesterday received the UN security Council.
“Netanyahu, who heads the foreign Ministry of Israel has decided to cancel an official visit to the Jewish state Ukrainian Prime Minister Groisman, which was scheduled for next week”, – reports the edition.
The UN security Council adopted a resolution demanding that Israel immediately cease all settlement activity in the occupied Palestinian territories. This resolution was supported by 14 member countries of the UN security Council. The U.S. delegation abstained and did not use the veto.
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