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MOSCOW, March 9. /TASS/. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov rejected information on Thursday that Moscow would allegedly allow Israel to fight Hezbollah Islamist militant group from the Syrian airspace.
"I cannot comment on the information. This has nothing to do with reality," the presidential spokesman said.
According to the spokesman, this theme "was not discussed."
"There is no talk about that," Peskov added.
The Qatar-based TV Channel al Jazeera earlier reported, citing a source close to the Israeli prime minister, that Moscow would allegedly allow Israel to fight Hezbollah from the Syrian airspace.