Israel Issues Rare Travel Warning: Unauthorized Visit to Crimea May Result in Prosecution

The call to follow Ukrainian law with regard to Crimea is the first time Israel publicly, if indirectly, makes a statement about the peninsula since the Russian invasion and annexation.

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Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a rare travel warning Wednesday, recommending Israelis not enter Crimea, currently occupied by Russia, without a permit from the Ukrainian government. The warning...