TASS reports this with reference to a court document.

It is noted that the decision was made due to the risks that Israeli fighters could “seriously violate humanitarian law” in the Gaza Strip.

The Dutch government should ban the export of military goods because there is already a high death toll in the Gaza Strip, including children, a judge said.

“This means that no export of F-35 spare parts to Israel from the Netherlands is possible,” the document says.

Earlier it became known that as a result of Israeli army strikes on the city of Rafah in the south of the Gaza Strip, up to 100 people were killed.