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MOSCOW, February 15. /TASS/. Moscow urges Israel and Palestine to be conservative and do their utmost to deescalate the conflict, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
"Moscow concerns grow because of continuous whipping up of a spiral of violence in Palestinian-Israeli relation," the statement said, recalling the events on February 13-14, when six Palestinians, four of them teenagers, were shot dead after trying to attack Israeli security forces.
"We urge the Israeli and Palestinian sides to be conservative and responsible for the future of their people and do the utmost to deescalate the situation," the ministry said. "Violence against civilians must be excluded."
"We consider of great importance to stop further developments through confrontational scenario in order to preserve the prospect of duo-state settlement of the Palestinian problem in compliance with international legislative basis on the Middle East regulation," the statement said.