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Russian Federation to "cool hotheads" by putting S-300s in Syria - English

26 September 2018

It expressed sorrow for the loss of Russian lives, made clear its planes had returned before the Syrian missile was launched and dispatched the Israeli Air Force commander to Moscow to provide a full briefing.

Those moves prompted Netanyahu on Monday to warn Putin against "transferring advanced weapons systems into irresponsible hands". Israel denies that allegation and says its planes had already returned to Israeli airspace when the air-defense missile was sacked.

Despite Israel's ongoing coordination with Russia throughout the seven-year conflict deterring the Kremlin from providing Bashar Al Assad's forces with high capacity defensive capabilities, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu indicated that the sophisticated S-300 air-defense system would be delivered within two weeks to avoid a similar incident and protect Russian servicemen.

The prime minister added that he discussed with Russia's president the issue of how Israel would continue its military relationship with Moscow's defense establishment following the incident.

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Earlier Tuesday, Israel's security cabinet instructed the IDF to continue to act against Iran's attempts to establish a military foothold in Syria while keeping the security coordination with Russian Federation.

Worldwide and regional powers backing various sides in Syria's civil war have been carrying out strikes for years, often using special hotlines to prevent aerial confrontations.

But he said there had been occasions when things had not gone smoothly, calling Syria's downing of the Russian plane "tragic". Moscow has tried to maintain good relations with Iran, which is also allied with the Syrian government, and Israel, which is wary of Iran's growing influence in Syria. "That is unfortunate. We think it's the wrong decision, but irrespective, Israel is going to have to come up with solutions to that and keep on defending itself", Oren said. It was shot down during a counterattack by Syrian air defenses and its 15 crew members were killed. In the end, what must have mattered in Russian thinking was the fact that if Israel had not been attacking targets in Syria, the missile never would have been fired.

He told Assad that Russian Federation will upgrade the Syrian air defenses and deliver an S-300 missile system to the Syrian army.

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The Russian military angrily rejected those claims.

Syria was gripped by civil war in 2011 and various foreign-backed terrorist groups, including Daesh (also known as ISIS or ISIL), poured to the Arab country to topple the Damascus government.

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Russia, which entered the Syrian war in support of the government forces in 2015, has two military bases in Syria: the Khmeimim air base in the countryside of Latakia and a naval facility in the city of Tartus near Latakia.

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Russian Federation and Israel set up a hotline in 2015 to avoid accidental clashes in Syria but Israel is now concerned Russian Federation will seek to limit its actions there.

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