The report noted that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the strike after conferring with U.S. President Donald Trump, in hopes of preventing Iran from using the anti-aircraft battery against Israeli jets carrying out strikes in Syria.
The US, Iran, Turkey, Russia and some other countries have troops in Syria.
The Russian envoy said: "This is a very complex matter, because these measures must be implemented collectively, and start in parallel with a stabilizing process, because the military part is nearing its end and the confrontations are now in a final stage".
On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said following a meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad that the next step after a political settlement in Syria should be foreign countries and groups pulling their troops out of Syria. Israel fears that will allow Iran to more easily transfer weapons to Hezbollah, Lebanon's powerful Shiite guerrilla force, and reinforce the militant group's influence over the region. An airstrike on a military base in Syria last month, which Iran and Russian Federation blamed on Israel, killed seven Iranians. Its involvement in anti-Israeli activities in Lebanon, Syria and the Gaza Strip started soon after its establishment during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.
Putin suggested that the USA opposition to the Nord Stream 2 stems from President Donald Trump's desire to encourage exports of the US liquefied natural gas, which is supplied by ship and is considerably more expensive than Russian supplies. He issued a list of demands that he said should be included in any new nuclear treaty with Iran, including that it "withdraw all forces" from Syria, halt support for Hezbollah and stop threatening Israel.
With President Trump's announcement that the USA is withdrawing from the nuclear agreement, the pressure on Iran and its activities in the region is increasing.
As we noted in the aftermath of Israel's latest massive attack on multiple locations inside Syria, Russia has appeared content to stay on the sidelines while Syria and Israel lobbed missiles at each other; however, Russia is carefully balancing its interests in Syria, eager to avoid an uncontrolled escalation leading to a direct great power confrontation.
The camp was deserted by most of its inhabitants after years of siege, and the few remaining residents fled to nearby areas in the last days of the bombardment.
Army soldiers fired into the air in celebration and held Syrian flags, against a smashed cityscape of shattered buildings and widespread destruction, state television footage showed.
Assad was on a surprise visit to Russian Federation.
Mayhoub says "Damascus and its surroundings are completely secure".
The United States launched a cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base a year ago in response to the killing of dozens of civilians in a sarin gas attack in an opposition-held town in northwest Syria. Since the Syrian conflict erupted, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, according to the United Nations.
The TV quotes an unnamed military official as saying that a truce was in place to evacuate women, children and elderly people on Sunday night from Damascus' southern neighborhood of Hajar al-Aswad.
For his side, Ayham Mahmoud, a Syrian journalist and writer, told Xinhua that the withdrawal of the foreign forces from Syria is as important or even more than the constitutional committee point.