Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met in Jerusalem with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday in talks focusing on the Iranian presence in Syria.
"There have been conflicts from time to time there and we are naturally concerned about the possibility of a military confrontation between the Iranian and Israeli forces in Syria. we will do our best to prevent tensions from escalating", Dzhagaryan said.
At the beginning of the meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: "Our relations are extremely important and are being implemented, as you have seen, through direct meetings between me and President Putin, and between our teams".
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Israel's vigilance was underscored by the launch of its latest, US -backed missile shield against rockets that it said were fired from within Syria but which fell short of the Golan lines.
Netanyahu has also pledged to keep Iran from entrenching itself militarily in neighbouring Syria, where Tehran is supporting President Bashar al-Assad in his country's civil war.
"I appreciated the words that were spoken by President Putin together with President Trump regarding the security of Israel during the recent summit", Netanyahu said after the meeting, in remarks relayed by his office.
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Hours before the meeting Israel intercepted rockets from the fighting in Syria it believed were heading its way. The incident triggered sirens in northern Israel and in the Golan Heights. He said the two leaders recently spoke on the phone.
The military did not immediately elaborate on whether the targets were shot down.
U.S. Central Command head Gen. Joseph Votel earlier Thursday told reporters that any U.S. military coordination with the Russian military in Syria would require congressional approval or a waiver.
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The U.S. has already put in place duties on $34 billion in Chinese goods, as well as on imports of steel and aluminum. Hua pointed out that China had recently released a white paper, "China and the World Trade Organization".
In response to a question whether Russian Federation will continue to buy Iranian oil after the USA sanctions come into effect in October, Dzhagaryan said "we do not accept unilateral United States sanctions".