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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

The candidate in Vice-presidents of the United States was prepared to deploy the missile shield against Russia in the Czech Republic and Poland


Republican Mike Pence, who plays the candidate in Vice-presidents of the United States, criticized the fact that “Moscow is dictating terms to Washington” in Syria and called for the deployment of a missile shield in Eastern Europe.

Pence is confident that the United States must be prepared to meet the “provocations of Russia” in Syria by force, while Putin is dictating the terms of America in the region, RIA Novosti reported.

The Republican recalled that the United States has left the cease-fire in Syria when Russia sent to the country’s newest missile defense system and called on “to create a safe zone to vulnerable families with children could leave these areas (in Syria)”.

“We must work with our actual partners in real time, right now, to do it,” added Pence during the debate with the candidate in Vice-presidents from Democrats Tim Kane.

He noted that the USA just have to use its military forces to strike at the units of the army of Bashar al-Assad, if the Russians “want to continue the barbaric attacks on civilians in Aleppo”.

Also Mike Pence urged to deploy missile defense shield in the Czech Republic and Poland, Recalling that in 2009, Barack Obama and then-Secretary of state Hillary Clinton refused to deploy missile defenses on the territory of these countries “not to offend the Russians.”

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