Although Israel has remained neutral in Syria's civil war, there is no way they would allow shipments of high-tech weaponry to get into the hands of the slimy Hezbollah jihadists. They just don't like talking about it.
Bibi was visiting troops in the occupied Golan Heights and said, "We act when we need to act, including here across the border, with dozens of strikes meant to prevent Hezbollah from obtaining game-changing weaponry."
In contrast President Obama would have said, had the shoe been on his foot: "We talk when we need to act, especially here across the border, with dozens of action verbs meant to threaten Hezbollah from not giving me me an atomic wedgie."
Netanyahu, who actually fought in Israel's Special Forces, did not say what types of strikes the ISF performed. That's called protecting your strategy, unlike one presidential candidate who merely pretends to actually have one.
Israel and Russia maintain a hotline to prevent accidental clashes between the two forces.