What Putin promised to ex-prime minister of Israel

The former Israeli Prime Minister Bennett said that during one of the calls to Russian President Vladimir Putin, he said that he was going to open a military hospital in the Ukrainian city of Lviv as part of humanitarian assistance. In response, the leader of the Russian Federation promised not to blow up the medical institution. Bennett said about this during an interview with an Israeli journalist.

“In response, Putin said:” If you promise me that you will not use the hospital as a shelter for soldiers or weapons, if you do not use it for military purposes, then without problems. Send me the coordinates, and I will make sure that he is not blown up, ”the country quotes Bennett.

The Israeli field hospital “Brilliant Star” was deployed in one of the regions of the Lviv region at the end of March 2022. There were no strikes on this object, notes the publication.