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    Iranian newspaper attacks Putin because of Assad

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    Post by Rocky Tue 17 Apr 2018, 3:08 am

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     Twilight News    

     Monday, 16 April 2018




    The newspaper "Aftab Yazd" Iran of the reformist movement, commented on Moscow's position on the military strikes carried out by America, France and Britain on Syria.
    The newspaper said that "Russian President Vladimir Putin left Assad alone and gave up during the military strike on the sites of the regime in Syria," added that "more than 100 rockets were fired at Syria, but the Russians have never reacted."
    "Moscow is well aware that the response to the American missiles and the military strike against the Syrian regime will be very costly."
    On Russia's position on Assad, the Iranian newspaper said: "They (the Russians) left Bashar al-Assad alone with the missiles of the three countries, and they are watching the military strike on the sites of the regime in Syria."
    And warned against rapprochement with the Russians because of Russia's response to the strike against Syria, pointing out that "even in the attacks on Syria from Israel, there was no Russian support for the regime in Syria."
    Aftab Yazd noted that in 2006 Russia was with Iran's nuclear program and strongly opposed imposing sanctions on Iran, but in 2009 it changed its stance and agreed to impose the most severe sanctions on Iran.
    "Given the situation in Syria these days, the question that arises is: How do some in Iran want to strengthen relations between Iran and Russia, can we trust this country, and will it stand by us in political crises?"
    After John Bolton was appointed US national security adviser, Boroujerdi, head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament, called for Moscow and China to strengthen relations with the two countries.




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