"I can guarantee that we have done everything and the US side has done everything to ensure that Israel's security interests within this framework are fully taken into account," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters Monday. He added that preparatory work ahead of the July 7 agreement between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump to implement a regional ceasefire "has been conducted with all interested parties, including with Israel." Lavorv was answering Israel’s assertion of  “total opposition” to the Trump-Putin ceasefire accord for southwest Syria for opening the door to Iran and Hizballah..