IDF radio reported that the Otzma Yehudit party is gearing up for a campaign aimed at attracting Russian-speaking voters.

According to published information, Ben Gvir intends to compete for the votes of those who are undecided between his party and the Our Home Israel party.

Among other considerations, Ben Gvir is contemplating the possibility of including a Russian-speaking candidate on the list before the next elections.

Public opinion polls indicate a rise in popularity for NDI and Otzma Yehudit. Ben Gvir's party is confident that it can appeal to many Russian-speaking voters.