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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Peskov explained about the problems in Syria, Putin said


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said President Vladimir Putin, who said on the eve of the shortcomings in the Russian armed forces, which revealed the operation in Syria. According to the press Secretary of the head of state, it was about the failures of technology.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Peskov told journalists about the problems yesterday, told President Vladimir Putin, commenting on the results of the Syrian campaign. According to Peskov, the main of them was the work of art, RIA Novosti reported.

“This is a such information of official character. But of course, we are talking primarily about the functioning of the equipment of one or another, the work of those or other technical means”, – he said.

While Peskov did not disclose the details and give specific examples, noting that these issues are in the competence of the Ministry of defence.

On the eve of Vladimir Putin gathered the military in Sochi, to discuss the results of the Syrian campaign ended almost three months ago. However, he pointed out some disadvantages which should carefully be analyzed to improve military equipment.

“On every issue should be a thorough investigation and professional analysis, and then taken measures to address these problems”, – said the Supreme commander.

Read more: Putin has promised an investigation of the weaknesses identified by the campaign in Syria

Air operations in Syria against the terrorists lasted five and a half months. The withdrawal of most of the group began after the military managed to push back the militants, and also to block channels of illegal trade in oil and arms shipments to terrorists.

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