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Saturday, December 3, 2016

The U.S. has put forward Russia’s “last offer” on Syria


Washington has done Moscow a “last offer” on the Syrian agreement and is awaiting a response within the next few days.

As writes the edition of the Washington Post, the United States offered to establish a ceasefire throughout the country, to provide humanitarian corridor and to stop the flights of the Syrian aviation. Also, the American side is planning a joint with the Russian military air operation with strikes against the terrorists.

If it is not specified that he intended to take Washington, if Russia and the US will not come to an agreement.

Two days earlier, state Department spokesman mark Toner said that the progress in negotiations with Russia to resolve the conflict in Syria is planned. But the final deal between the authorities of the two countries have not yet concluded. Toner stressed that Washington in this case just want a clear road map to end the fighting in Syria.

We will remind, after meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in China Obama, Putin instructed the foreign Ministers of the two countries to meet to continue work on the agreement on Syria. The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry during a telephone conversation, agreed to continue the discussion during a personal meeting, Geneva, 8-9 Sep.

US President Barack Obama after a conversation with Putin in China said that the parties discussed, as will look like a real ceasefire, “that will allow us — Russia and US — to focus on common enemies such as Islamic state and Jabhat al-Nusra” (both organizations are banned in Russia – MC)”.

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