Ukrainian intelligence services have no evidence of an Iranian attack on Israel in the coming days

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According to the American edition of The Wall Street Journal, which cites anonymous sources, Israel is preparing for a possible Iranian attack from the south or north within the next two days. However, Ukrainian intelligence services do not confirm this information, the Kyiv Post reports, noting that there is no sufficient evidence of a high probability of an attack.

A source in the Ukrainian security services said that the final decision on the attack had not yet been made. “The situation is tense, but our intelligence does not indicate an attack is imminent in the coming days,” – the Kyiv Post source said.

This information comes amid growing tensions between Iran and Israel. On April 1, Israel launched an airstrike on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, killing a senior officer of Iran’s Al-Quds Force, Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Zahedi. Israel did not comment on the attack.

After the attack, Iranian officials threatened Israel. Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi said on state television that the attack “will not go unanswered,” and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei claimed that Israel “will be punished.”

The US CIA also warned of the possibility of a military operation by Iran against Israel within the next 48 hours, but no concrete evidence of such an action was provided. The situation remains very dynamic and requires close monitoring.

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