BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
First Deputy Chairman of the Defense and Security Committee in the Russian Federation and the Parliament of the Council, France Clintsavic, announced that Russia is concerned about taking NATO, "NATO" for the formal decision to join the coalition led by Washington against "Daesh" terrorist, pointing out that it is a new attempt to continue efforts to topple Syrian President Bashar Alosd.hsp Russian news agency (Sputnik).
He said Clintsavic "can not this decision should not worry us, it is clear that the objectives of the fight against terrorism are the stated objectives only, in fact, this decision was taken in order to strengthen support for the opposition to topple Assad."
He added: "Obviously it is a matter of time, but as this decision would run counter to international laws, we we will bring this issue to international organizations, primarily the United Nations."
And it raised the recent announcement of the Secretary-General of NATO, "NATO" Jens Stoltenberg, NATO accession, the international alliance against "Daesh", without his participation in combat operations, questions about the reasons for the decision and dimensions.
Stoltenberg, has made it clear that the decision comes in response to a request from the United States, which is leading the international coalition against "Daesh", will direct a strong political message about the unity of the international class in the fight against terrorism. As he put it.
For his part, he announced the Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Russian Duma, Leonid Slutsky, NATO's accession to the US-led coalition in Syria, mostly carrying a formal political character, and that the only foreign forces that exist in Syria on a legal basis, are the Russian forces.