Alwaght- The Russian foreign minister has rejected Israeli Regime’s Prime Minister Netanyahu's claim that Iran is preparing to attack Israel.
"We do not have any information that someone is preparing an attack on Israel," Lavrov told a press conference on Wednesday in Doha at the end of a three-nation tour of the region that also included stops in Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
On Monday during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Netanyahu claimed that Iran is building sites in Syria and Lebanon to produce missiles allegedly aiming to eradicate Israel.
The Israeli regime has been long opposing Iran's and Lebanon-based Hezbollah group's presence in Syria's anti-terrorism operations.
Iran has been providing military advisors to the Syrian government in its fight against various terrorist groups, including ISIS, and acts alongside Russia and Turkey as one of the guarantor states of the ceasefire in Syria.
While speaking about the nature of cooperation between Iran and Syria, the Russian foreign minister stressed that "if they [Iran and Syria] cooperate in any field without violating the foundations of international law, then no one should question their cooperation."
Russia also warned the Israeli regime not to authorize an attack on Iranian military positions in Syria after Netanyahu threatened to prevent a buildup on occupied territories.
"If anyone in the Middle East or [an]other part of the world plans to violate international law by undermining any other country's sovereignty or territorial integrity, including any country in the Middle East or North Africa, this would be condemned," Lavrov warned.