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Israeli army radio: ‘Israel’ to send COVID vaccines to other countries in exchange for normalization

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Citing Israeli officials and the army radio, the Jerusalem Post on Sunday reported that the occupation state is considering donating COVID vaccines to poor countries, including some that would normalize ties with the occupation state in return.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed that he sees great importance in helping other countries vaccinate their populations when the occupation state is able to do so.

“Israel is working with a “special friend” on distributing doses to other countries”, he said.

Over the weekend, reports said the occupation state purchased Russian Sputnik V vaccines on Syria’s behalf in exchange for an Israeli woman who crossed into Syria recently and was arrested.

Bloomberg has recently reported that the occupation state is stocking up millions of COVID shots while depriving native Palestinians under occupation of vaccination.

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