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Kerry also acknowledged that Putin dance to USA tunes
From: Eduard Communist, March 29th, 7:25


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As you all remember, recently, Obama openly admitted that Putin dances to the United States’ tunes. Behind him, the same recognition that Putin is the dancers did U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. And thanked him for his help in the discharge of Assad, stating that it is in the interests of the United States. Even he might bless him for that. After all, Putin is trying bending over backwards, to be finally thanked.

It’s hard not to agree with the words of the Secretary of State. After all, the Russian policy in Syria is aimed only at helping the US to remove Assad from power.

Until then, Putin has helped the United States to get rid Syria of chemical weapons, making the country vulnerable to external aggression.

And even before that, it was Putin twisted-Assad’s hands, making him go on a truce with the militants, without giving their final defeat in April 2012.

And recently again loosening Assad’s hands, forced the Syrian leader again to make peace with terrorists.

Moreover, negotiate with them.And now Putin again States helps a little to push ISIS and remove Assad.

He ceded power to a “moderate Pro-Western terrorists”, thereby to seize Syria.

So I guess Kerry said. I’m forced to agree.


“If Russia can help us, it meets the strategic interests of the United States”
From: VK, March 28, source: Kommersant-Online


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Russia and USA are not allies in the settlement of the Syrian crisis, but Moscow can “help” with Washington on a range of issues addressing strategic interests of the United States. About this U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry said in an interview to CBS in which he summarized the results of his trip to Europe.

In an interview with CBS news correspondent John Kerry said that the position of the United States and Russia on a number of issues in the context of the Syrian settlements till diverge, so that allies on Syria, the two countries can not be named. In particular, we are talking about the requirement of resignation of President Bashar al-Assad and on the modalities of the political transformations in the country.

I can’t say how long Assad will remain in power. But if he doesn’t go through a political process called for by Iran, Russia and other countries, peace in Syria will not be

John Kerry, the US Secretary of State

At the same time, he noted that the individual steps from Moscow meet U.S. strategic interests. “If Russia can help us — and she is helping us now: it has helped in reaching a deal with Iran and helps in the implementation of the agreement on the ceasefire in Syria is a strategic interest of the US,” Clinton said. “If Russia can help in the stabilization of the situation, it would help end the war that has an impact on Europe, Jordan, Lebanon and creates the conditions for threats to Israel,” he recalled.

In turn, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov in an interview to the newspaper “Izvestia” noted that the United States, “contrary to its own declarations acknowledged that without Russia a number of major and significant international problems to solve will not work”.

According to him, this is evidenced by the frequency of visits and telephone contacts between Moscow and Washington.”We welcome this understanding and the negotiations during the visit of Kerry to Moscow were sent including the consolidation of the U.S. in these positions,” said Mr Ryabkov, assuring that the Russian side is “open to improve relations and is not interested in confrontation or frozen relations with the USA”.

Galina Dudina

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