Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he is not satisfied with Russia's position on the war in Gaza, the BBC reported on Sunday.

Netanyahu has held a telephone conversation with President Vladimir Putin, after the latter supported the UN Security Council resolution for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

During the conversation, Netanyahu criticized the "dangerous cooperation" between Russia and Iran, saying that any other country that suffered an attack equal to that of Israel on October 7 "would have reacted at least with the same force."

The Israeli prime minister has expressed his appreciation for Moscow's efforts to free Russian citizens held hostage in Gaza by Hamas.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin, which currently has an open war with Ukraine, has said that it is ready to provide possible assistance "for de-escalation of the conflict".

Putin has added that he condemns terrorism "in all its forms".