As noted, there are several versions of refusal. One has to do with poor logistics, the second with the Russian presence in Syria. But The National Interest insists that in fact Israel does not want to hand over its missile defense system to Ukraine because of its shortcomings, and this system will be immediately launched by Russian missiles.

The effectiveness of missile defense is calculated by the number of civilians affected and the missile interception rate. These figures were the same during Operation Cast Lead and Operation Cloud Pillar, which began after the deployment of the Iron Dome missile defense system. According to the publication, the lack of demand for this system speaks for itself.

“Israeli military planners are fully aware that Russia’s diverse fleet of advanced missiles may reveal serious shortcomings in a weapon that has become a symbol of national pride and military prowess in recent years,” reports The National Interest. said.

Source: Ferra

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