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Friday, September 25, 2015

'Tacit' deal between US, Russia to end Syria war: Assad adviser

The Obama lies go on
  • Interesting, Dear Leader Obama may be trying to end the civil war in Syria that he claims the U.S. has nothing to do with.
  • But only a fool, or the corrupt Media Machine, would "forget" to ask this question: "Who has been supplying arms and ammo resupplies to the Islamists for years on end?"
  • From day one the Syrian civil war has been used by Obama, Islamist Turkey and Islamist Saudi Arabia against Russia, Syria, Iran and the Kurds.

(Agence France-Presse)  -  Russia and the United States have reached a "tacit agreement" on ending Syria's bloody crisis, a senior adviser to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said.

"The current US administration wants to find a solution to the crisis in Syria. There is a tacit agreement between the US and Russia to reach this solution," Bouthaina Shaaban said in an interview with state television late Wednesday.
"The US recognises now that Russia has profound knowledge of this region and a better assessment of the situation," she said.
"The current international climate is heading towards detente and towards a solution for the crisis in Syria."
Shaaban said there was a "change in the West's positions" over Syria's war, which has killed more than 240,000 people and displaced millions since 2011.
Russia, a decades-long backer of Syria's regime, has said it would not accept Assad's departure as a prerequisite for launching any peace process in the war-torn country.
The diplomatic flurry came amid concerns about increased Russian military support to Assad, including Moscow's announcement Thursday that it would hold naval drills in the eastern Mediterranean region in September and October.
On Wednesday, the Syrian military deployed Russian-supplied drones for the first time, a security source in Damascus said.
The army has received new weaponry from Russia for its fight against jihadists, including at least five fighter jets, a senior Syrian military official told AFP.
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