Netanyahu promises to provide Ukrainians with opportunity to travel around Israel unhindered
Netanyahu promises to provide Ukrainians with opportunity to travel around Israel In a recent phone call, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to take measures that will allow Ukrainian citizens to travel around Israel unhindered, the Ukrainian leader's press service has reported.
"The prime minister of Israel has vowed to take all the measures needed to enable Ukrainians to travel around Israel unhindered," the press service said.
During the telephone conversation, Poroshenko, for his part, thanked Israeli doctors for providing care to Ukrainian police inspector Nadia Andrukhiv, who, as was reported, sustained serious injuries during an explosion at a police station in Lviv and was transported to one of the leading hospitals in Haifa, Israel, late on July 17.
Netanyahu promised to do everything possible to further help the injured woman.