TEL AVIV, Nov 7 Leader of the Likud party Benjamin Netanyahu told Volodymyr Zelensky that after taking office as prime minister, he would “seriously study the Ukrainian issue,” according to the Gaalei IDF radio station.
"Ukrainian President Zelensky spoke with Netanyahu. During the conversation, Netanyahu told Zelensky that he would seriously consider the Ukrainian issue,” the radio station reports. Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's bloc won a parliamentary majority of 64 votes. Thus, Netanyahu can form a right-wing coalition with his traditional partners, based on a parliamentary majority of 64 parliamentary votes, the bloc of his opponents – 46 votes, 10 – the Arab parties.