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The pace of statements between the Kremlin and the White House on Syria has escalated

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The pace of statements between the Kremlin and the White House on Syria has escalated Empty The pace of statements between the Kremlin and the White House on Syria has escalated

Post by rocky on Tue 04 Jun 2019, 1:54 am


The pace of statements between the Kremlin and the White House on Syria has escalated

18:58 - 03/06/2019



The pace of statements between the Kremlin and the White House on Syria has escalated 5cf51cfa95a5972e638b457a-696x392
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The spokesman for the Kremlin, Dmitry Piskov, that the Syrian Idlib area is still used by terrorists to launch attacks on civilian sites and Russian forces, stressing that the continuation of this matter is unacceptable.
"As you know, Idleb still has a large crowd of terrorists and insurgents who exploit it to launch strikes targeting civilian sites and forces," Piskov said in a press statement on Monday in response to US President Donald Trump's call for an immediate halt to the bombing of the Syrian province. Russian".
"Russia is cooperating with Turkey, which has the responsibility to prevent such attacks. Work is under way in this direction. "
"There is no doubt that the bombings carried out by the terrorists from Idlib are unacceptable, and we continue to be committed to this position," Biskov concluded by commenting on Trump's statement.
Earlier in the day, the president said, via Twitter, that there are reports of heavy shelling by Russia, Syria and Iran to a lesser extent aimed at the province of Idlib, killing many innocent civilians, and called on the White House to stop these alleged operations. End 25 n



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