US President Barack Obama expresses concern about Russia’s military action in Syria


WASHINGTON: On Thursday US President Barack Obama articulate anxiety about Russia's military action in hold of the Syrian regime, and urged Moscow to assist with Washington to establish a way out of the crisis. Obama also conveyed at the Pentagon for the ISIS that, the US stays prepared to work with Russia to try to decrease the violence and strengthen our attempt next to ISIL, Al-Qaeda and Syria. Obama conveyed, subsequent a meeting with his National Security Council that, Russia has unsuccessful to take the essential steps.

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Given the worsening situation, it is time for Russia to show it is solemn concerning pursuing these purposes. Russia and the United States back opposing sides in Syria's five-year war, which has left 280,000 people dead and forced half the populace to flee their homes. Multiple rounds of international negotiations to ending the war, which erupted in 2011 subsequent to the Assad regime unleashed a brutal crackdown alongside a pro-democracy revolt, have so far unsuccessful. Russia, an ally of Damascus, and the United States, which hold up moderate rebels fighting to unseat President Bashar al-Assad, are supposedly co-chairs of the international effort to bring the Syrian regime and armed opposition groups to the negotiating table as a step toward concluding the war.

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Obama has also further conveyed that, I'm not sure that we can trust the Russians and (President) Vladimir Putin, which is why we have to test whether or not we can get an real cessation of hostilities that includes an end to the kinds of aerial bombing and civilian death and destruction that we have seen carried out by the Assad regime. We go into this without any blinders on. Following heavy Russian air strikes on the outskirts of divided Aleppo city, US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday supported Russia to "restrain" itself and its ally in Damascus from "offensive operations."