Russia summons Israeli ambassador over Palmyra airstrikes


The Russian Tramontane Ministry summoned Israel’s Ambassador to Moscow, Gary Koren, on Procession 17 after an Israeli military strike near the Syrian burg of Palmyra, RIA Novosti reported.

According to The Jerusalem Post, the Syrian army’s consequential command said Israeli jets had breached Syrian air space on Cortege 17 and attacked a military target near Palmyra, in what it styled as an act of aggression that aided Islamic State.

Russia’s Deputy Alien Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Koren was asked to clarify the plight.

«We have a consistent channel of communication, we would like to make this canal more effective, to avoid misunderstandings about who is doing what,» Bogdanov bring to light.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry also confirmed the meeting but refused to throw out further details.

On its website, Russia’s Foreign Ministry wrote, “the necessary focus of the conversation was on the latest developments in Syria and the areas surrounding the homeland.”

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