The U.S. Department of state appealed to Russia with a call to affect the regime of Bashar Assad in Syria to prekrasheniya “barbaric attacks” on civilians. This is stated in the official statement of the state Department.

“We reiterate our call for Russia to fulfill its obligations to ensure that the Assad regime is made up of these barbaric attacks on civilians in Syria,” the statement reads.

The state Department notes that the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to force Assad supported them to provide medical evacuation in the besieged area and access to humanitarian aid.

“Now, as never before, Russia and the international community should actively support unfettered humanitarian access throughout Syria and to put pressure on the Assad regime to ensure that negotiations on a political solution to the conflict through the Geneva process under the auspices of the United Nations” – emphasizes the American side.

See also: Pentagon announces growth of incidents with Russian planes in Syria

Coalition forces led by the United States provides air support for troops partners on the ground, as they oust the remaining militants to the East of the Euphrates river. According to the oral agreement, the Russians who support President Bashar al-Assad, remain in the West.

Earlier it was reported that anti-terrorism efforts in the middle East since the inauguration of US President Donald trump led to the release during this period, twice the number of people and 18% more than 28 months under the previous occupant of the White house Barack Obama.

9 November 2017, the Syrian army declared victory over the Islamic state, saying that the capture of the last city of the jihadists in the country signaled the collapse of their three-year, hard Board in the region. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered to begin the withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria.

See also: the US does not believe the statements of Russia on the victory over ISIS in Syria

The state Department called on Russia to force Assad to stop the “barbaric attacks” 30.12.2017

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