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Negotiations are the only way to resolve the situation in the Middle East in view of clashes between Israel and gunmen in the Lebanon
Negotiations are the only way to resolve the situation in the Middle East in view of clashes between Israel and gunmen in the Lebanon, Russia's foreign minister said Thursday. An Israeli missile strike on Beirut's international airport Thursday morning left at least 27 Lebanese, including 10 children killed. Radical movement Hizbollah took two Israeli hostages Wednesday after killing seven Israelis in fighting. "I know that missiles hit the Beirut airport knocking out the runway," Sergei Lavrov said. "Attacks are continuing on other areas in the south of Beirut. This is an inappropriate answer to what is happening." "Both sides suffered in injured people and fatalities, including civilians," the minister said. "The only way to prevent a disaster is to start talks on how this problem could be resolved." "It is clear what should be done: the hostages must be released and the both sides should stop shooting at each other's territories." The minister said both sides should be given assistance to agree on consistent steps. "At the moment they are acting in the language of ultimatums," Lavrov added.
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