Fijian soldiers in the Golan Heights are safe and have not been told to leave or evacuate.
However, if evacuation for the UN peacekeepers is warranted, it would be facilitated by the UN.
This was confirmed by RFMF Land Force Commander Lieutenant-Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga who said at the moment there was no cause for alarm at the Israeli-Syria border.
He said the Fijian soldiers were still there and were still safe which was a good indication.
"If there is a need for evacuation the UN will then carry out this exercise," Lt-Col Tikoitoga said.
"We can rest assured that our Fijian troops are well looked after by the UN personnel.
"They have not been asked to leave and there are no causes for alarm."
Lt-Col Tikoitoga said the RFMF would closely monitor the situation.
Andre-Michel Essoungou, officer-in-charge of public affairs with the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and Field Support of the UN, said the Fijian peacekeepers in the Golan continued to conduct their duties in a professional manner under challenging conditions.
"Their presence and continued monitoring and reporting helps to ensure that the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) mission can continue its critical role in the maintenance of the ceasefire between Israel and Syria, despite the spill-over of tensions and fighting from the conflict in Syria into the area of operations," Mr Essoungou said.
Lt-Tikoitoga also said the UN also carried out evacuation processes in the past.
BBC News yesterday reported that US President Barack Obama had put military action against Syria on hold and vowed to pursue diplomacy to remove the regime's chemical weapons.
It also reported that Damascus admitted it had chemical weapons and agreed to abide by a Russian plan to hand over its arsenal. The US had threatened to strike after a gas attack killed thousands last month.