Israel Ready to Discuss 'Legal Issues' on Jewish Agency After Russia Slams 'anti-Russian' Rhetoric

The Kremlin and Russia's Foreign Ministry insist the Jewish Agency case isn't related to bilateral ties with Israel, but handled by the court system

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Israel said on Tuesday it was willing to discuss the "legal issues" concerning the Jewish Agency's operations in Russia, stressing the "mutual interests" the two countries share, after Moscow accused Israel of taking an "unconstructive" approach since the Ukraine war began.

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