Turkey said, no such issue had ever come up in earlier meetings between Davutoglu and Assad.
A spokesperson with the Turkish Foreign Ministry has denied a media report appeared on Iran's semi-official news agency which had cited Syrian president as telling Turkish foreign minister that Syria might hit Tel Aviv with missiles in case of a foreign military intervention to oust the Syrian leadership.
"The news report is completely untrue," Selcuk Unal told the Anadolu Agency on Tuesday, adding Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu held no meetings with Syrian President Bashar Assad in the recent past, and no such issue had ever come up in earlier meetings between the two.
The report on Iran's Fars news agency appeared also on Tuesday's edition of the Israeli daily Haaretz.
"If a crazy measure is taken against Damascus, I will need not more than 6 hours to transfer hundreds of rockets and missiles to the Golan Heights to fire them at Tel Aviv," Assad said.
In addition, Fars reported that the Syrian president told the Turkish FM that he would also call on Hezbollah in Lebanon to launch a rocket attack on Israel, adding: "All these events will happen in three hours, but in the second three hours, Iran will attack the U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf and the U.S. and European interests will be targeted simultaneously."
Assad's comments to the Turkish FM came after Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said earlier Tuesday he would set out his country's plans for sanctions against Syria after he visits a Syrian refugee camp near the border in the coming days.