17 November 2018

Netanyahu: Israel won't attack Syria if deals upheld

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The comment comes in the wake of Israel's prime minister's visit to Moscow on Wednesday, where he discussed the Middle East issues with the Russian president and an overnight attack against Syrian military facilities. reports citing Sputnik.

On Thursday, Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel does not have any problems with Syrian President Bashar al Assad and will not intervene in the country if the existing agreements are upheld, according to Haaretz.

Hours before the remarks were made, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported they had fired missiles into Syria’s southwestern Quneitra province in "response to an intrusion by a Syrian UAV that was intercepted earlier on Wednesday."

local media also reported heavy IDF activity over Syria near the Israeli-held Golan Heights.

2018.07.12 / 13:44
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