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Monday, April 24, 2017

The defense Ministry said in London with a question: how to help Syria UK

The response of the Minister of defence of great Britain Michael Fallon from the Russian military establishment was not long in coming. Separated from statements by us officials, the defense Ministry had tough answer to British criticism of Russia’s actions in Syria.

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Igor Konashenkov

Earlier, the head of British defense Minister Michael Fallon said that Moscow is configured to “extend a civil war in Syria” and Russia needs to “hold accountable” for its actions in Aleppo.

About the same a few days ago said John Kerry, whom the Russian foreign Ministry has threatened “consequences” for such wild accusations.

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The defense Ministry said the Briton on the “unconvincing arguments”. Official representative of Russian defense Ministry major General Igor Konashenkov asked several questions: how many settlements thanks to the UK returned to civilian life? How many tons of humanitarian cargo was delivered to the Syrians? How many feet of land was liberated by British aviation?

“And where was the UK when ISIS almost reached the shores of the Mediterranean?”, — said Konashenkov from Fallon.

Crown representative of the Russian defense was the question of who should be punished for “production and indulgence” (banned in Russia) and ISIS groups “Dzhabhat EN-Nusra”?

As for the results of the work of videoconferencing in Syria, they are “known”, said Konashenkov.

The deployment of Russian troops in Syria. Chronicle of events

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