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Putin targets Libya and Yemen next 'to protect Russian interests'

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Putin targets Libya and Yemen next 'to protect Russian interests'

Post by Lobo on Sun 08 Nov 2015, 4:00 pm

Putin targets Libya and Yemen next 'to protect Russian interests'

VLADIMIR PUTIN has issued his strongest warning yet of fresh military interventions in the Middle East, with lawless Libya and war-torn Yemen in the Kremlin's crosshairs.


By Tom Batchelor
PUBLISHED: 05:00, Sat, Nov 7, 2015 | UPDATED: 13:02, Sat, Nov 7, 2015













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Russian President Vladimir Putin holding binoculars
The Russian president said his priority was to protect citizens living abroad, regardless of where they were.

That could include action to safeguard Russians living in the North African state of Libya, which has been ravaged by violent Islamic extremism since the fall of dictator Colonel Gaddafi.

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Speaking at the fifth World Congress of Compatriots in Moscow, Mr Putin said: "People who are not in Russia due to various reasons should be firmly sure: we will always protect your interests.

"Moreover, in difficult and crisis situations, such as in Libya, Syria or Yemen."

Russia has been providing humanitarian aid to Yemen since the outbreak of the civil war in March.

REUTERS
A Russian cargo plane delivering humanitarian aid to Yemen
The Arab state has suffered from internal conflict between Saudi-backed separatists and forces loyal to the government of Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi based in the south, and Iran-backed Houthi forces and those loyal to the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Russia is allied to Iran as the main backers of President Bashar al-Assad in the conflict in Syria.

REUTERS
Aid arriving in Yemen included fresh drinking water
The United Nations (UN) estimates around 5,000 people have been killed in the conflict since March, more than half of them civilians.

It comes as Russia revealed it has pounded a staggering 263 ISIS targets in Syria over the last two days as Putin steps up his bid to wipe out the terror group.

Moscow's jets carried out 81 strikes on targets belonging to ISIS and other militants across Syria, according to the Russian defence ministry.

Russian bombers "destroyed a large fortified location of Islamic State militants," including an air-defence gun and a tank, a defence spokesman said.
A spokesman said the bombers "destroyed a large fortified location" of sick fanatics including an air-defence gun and a tank.
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/617664/Vladimir-Putin-Russia-war-Libya-Yemen

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