Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad on Monday, 20 November, has paid a working visit to Russia and held talks with President of the state-aggressor, Vladimir Putin. The meeting of Assad and his chief patron, took place in Sochi, the press service of the Kremlin.
During the talks, Putin congratulated his colleague with “the results sought by Syria in combating terrorist groups.”
Assad, in turn, noted that Russian intervention in Syria “has allowed political settlement” in this country, and the military operation the Kremlin has called “highly successful”.
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Putin also said that on 20 November he planned a conversation with the Emir of Qatar, on November 21 – U.S. President Donald trump, and on 22 November he is scheduled to meet in Sochi with the presidents of Turkey and Iran.
In addition, the master of the Kremlin has presented the Syrian dictator Executive staff of the defense Ministry and the General staff of the Russian Federation.
27 October 2017, the UK foreign office accused Russia in an attempt to hide the use of sarin gas by the Assad regime and said Moscow’s behavior undermined the consensus against chemical weapons.
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