UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon on Sunday voiced concerns at reported clashes between the armed opposition and Syrian security forces, Xinhua reported.
Ban urged Syria and Israel to "uphold the Disengagement Agreement" in a statement issued here by his spokesman after the clashes broke out in a slice of the Syrian territory patrolled by the UN peacekeepers to maintain a cease-fire with Israel.
"The secretary-general is concerned by reports of clashes between the armed opposition and Syrian security forces in the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF)-supervised area of separation, in which Syrian small arms fire and one artillery round reportedly landed in the Israeli-occupied Golan today and prompted a response by Israel," the statement said.
"No injuries to civilians or UN personnel in either instance were reported," the statement said.
Violence has become rampant in several parts of Syria, giving no sign of backing down amid high frustration among the people who grew more tensed with the daily grind of chaos.