Russia's former president and current deputy chairman of the country’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday that Israeli arms supplies to Ukraine would destroy ties with Moscow.
“Israel appears to be getting ready to supply weapons to the Kyiv regime. A very reckless move. It would destroy all bilateral relations between our countries," he said in a statement on Telegram, accusing Ukraine of praising "Nazi" heroes.
"If they are supplied with weapons then it is time for Israel to declare (Stepan) Bandera and (Roman) Shukhevych their heroes," Medvedev added, referring to Ukraine's nationalist leaders of the 1940s-1950s.