zionist Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of wanting “to turn Lebanon into one giant missile site” and warned of the consequences as he left Monday for talks in Moscow.
The premier has sought to persuade Russia to limit Iran’s presence in Syria near the occupied territories.
Netanyahu has previously accused Iran of building sites to produce “precision-guided missiles” in both Syria and Lebanon.
“I will discuss with President Putin Iran’s relentless efforts to establish a military presence in Syria, which we strongly oppose and are also taking action against,” Netanyahu said as he departed.
“We will also discuss Iran’s effort to turn Lebanon into one giant missile site, a site for precision missiles against the state of Israel, which we will not tolerate.”
The Zionist entity has carried out dozens of air strikes in Syria, saying they were in a bid to stop what it describes as advanced arms deliveries to Hezbollah.