Report: Russia condemns Israel's use of Lebanese airspace

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March 20, 2012 20:14

 
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Russia protested Israel's use of Lebanese airspace, saying it violated UN resolutions, Israel Radio reported Tuesday.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called on Israel to respect Lebanon's sovereignty, after his Lebanese counterpart Adnan Mansour said Israel had invaded Lebanese airspace "9,000 times" in the last six years, according to the report.

The two foreign ministers made the comments during the latter's visit to Moscow.

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