Israel Rejects Russian Plan To Keep Iranian Forces 100km From Golan Border
26 November, 2014
Israel has rejected a Russian proposal to keep Iranian forces in Syria at least 100 kilometers from the Syrian-Israeli recognized ceasefire line along the Golan Heights, Reuters reports, while Israeli leadership has further threatened to hold Assad responsible "for any Iranian aggression".
The official said that Netanyahu told Lavrov "we will not allow the Iranians to establish themselves even 100 kilometres from the border."
According to Ravid's source: "The Israeli official said Israel's goal is to get all Iranian and pro-Iranian forces out of the entire Syrian territory but the Russians want, in the first phase, to push the Iranians 65 miles from the Israeli border."
According to Ravid, "Netanyahu also demanded from Lavrov all border crossings between Syria and Lebanon be monitored to prevent arms smuggling to Hezbollah and border crossings between Iraq and Syria be monitored to prevent infiltration of Shiite militias into Syria from Iraq.
Iran needs to take all of its long range missiles and weapons out of Syria.
Iran needs to stop the production of precision munitions in Syria.
Iran needs to take all its air defense systems out of Syria.
The border crossings between Syria and Lebanon needs to be monitored to prevent arms smuggling to Hezbollah from Syria.
The border crossings between Iraq and Syria needs to be monitored to prevent infiltration of Shiite militias into Syria from Iraq.
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