ISRAEL REJECTS RUSSIAN ‘RESTRICTIONS’ ON ISRAELI STRIKES IN SYRIA: LIBERMAN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


ISRAEL REJECTS RUSSIAN ‘RESTRICTIONS’ ON ISRAELI STRIKES IN SYRIA: LIBERMAN

Israel is rejecting reported Russian demands that Israel give the Russian military additional warning before carrying out airstrikes in Syria, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman claimed on October 25.

“We will not accept any restrictions on our freedom of operation, and when it comes to national security, we will take action,” the defense minister told Army Radio in an interview.

In an attempt to save the face of the Israeli media, Liberman stated that the Israeli military has carried out more airstrikes on targets in Syria than have been attributed to it by media.

“Just because the media did not report on Syria strikes does not mean there were none,” Liberman said. “I don’t think it’s our duty to report what the army must do. An army needs to act.”

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