Israel has approved the sale of electronic warfare systems to Ukraine for the first time since the Russian invasion, according to reports.
The drones, which are believed to come from Iran, have been attacking crucial infrastructure across Ukraine.
Israel approved the export licenses for two Israeli companies to sell the equipment, according to Walla news site, citing three Israeli and Ukrainian officials.
The range of the systems is approximately 40km.
Israel has approved the sale of defensive military equipment to Ukraine for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine, with two Israeli companies given approval to sell electronic warfare systems to defend against attacks from Iranian-made drones.
Russia has sent thousands of the drones which have been attacking critical infrastructure across Ukraine.
Ukrainian officials have claimed that providing weapons systems to Ukraine is in Israel's best interest, while Israel has been cautious due to concerns that it could create tension with Russia and harm its security interests in Syria.
Though Israel has avoided giving military assistance to Ukraine thus far, increased pressure from the Ukrainian government after the use of Iranian-made drones resulted in the recent approval.