Israel "to continue with attacks despite S-300s"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he told Russian Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov that Israel "must continue attacks on enemy targets in Syria."

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Netanyahu said that this "must be done" despite Moscow's decision to supply Damascus with advanced anti-air defense missile systems.

At a press conference on Wednesday, Netanyahu said he told Akimov at yesterday's meeting said that Israel will continue to fight what he considers "Iran's efforts to get a military foothold in Syria and deliver improved weapons to their Lebanese ally, the Hezbollah extremist organization."

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