Netanyahu would consider Ukraine-Russia mediator role if asked -CNN interview
Netanyahu’s Tuesday night interview with Jake Tapper included questions on Ukraine, peace negotiations with the Palestinians
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he would be willing to consider serving as a mediator between Russia and Ukraine if asked by both warring countries and the United States.
“If asked by all relevant parties, I’ll certainly consider it, but I’m not pushing myself in,” Netanyahu said during an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper.
Israel’s close ally the United States would also need to ask because “you can’t have too many cooks in the kitchen,” he said.
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