Vaccines are used as a diplomatic “weapon” by the Zionists to save their citizens. The clandestine deal drawn up last week, and confirmed by an unnamed Israeli source, reportedly involves Israel paying Russia $ 1.2 million (S $ 1.60 million) to ship the Sputnik V vaccine to Syria.
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While it is unclear how many doses to buy, the deal is highly controversial, not least because of questions about whether the Bashar al-Assad regime in Damascus will distribute it evenly.
It also highlights Israel’s reluctance to provide the millions of Palestinians living under its control with significant doses, especially if it tacitly agrees to secure hundreds of thousands of doses of vaccine for an enemy state.
On Saturday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the report of the deal saying “not a single dose of Israeli vaccine was used”. However, he did not comment on whether his government had paid Moscow for the supplies of the vaccine destined for Syria.
Netanyahu previously said Russian-brokered negotiations had repatriated a young Israeli woman who had crossed the border into Syria. In exchange, his government has returned two detained Syrian shepherds. It is unclear why the Israeli woman entered Syria.
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