AVA- Zionist’s Ynetnews website reported on Friday that Moscow had so far turned down the Zionist request to remove Iranian advisors to within 80 kilometers from Golan.
Earlier this week, Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a private meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
The Zionist premier said Tel Aviv "won’t take action against" the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and urged Moscow to "get the Iranians out,” Reuters quoted Netanyahu as telling Putin in the meeting.
Separately, Zionist minister of military affairs threatened to act against what he called "Iranian entrenchment in Syria".
“Regarding a retreat to 40 kilometers or 80 kilometers, it doesn’t matter…the moment we see Iranian presence, we take action, and that is how it will continue,” Avigdor Liberman said.
However, Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior adviser to Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Imam Khamenei, stressed that Iran would not leave Syria in the face of US threats.
"We will only leave this country when Syrian officials tell Iran that they no longer need our military advice," he said in an address to the Valdai Discussion Club in Moscow.
Saturday 14 July 2018 19:08