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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Putin: "ISIS financed from 40 countries, including G20 members"

Vladimir Putin Quotes
The Most Interesting Man in the World
  1. He gave his father "the talk"
  2. His passport requires no photograph
  3. When he drives a car off the lot, its price increases in value
  4. Once a rattlesnake bit him, after 5 days of excruciating pain, the snake finally died
  5. His Cinco de Mayo party starts on the 8th of March
  6. His feet don't get blisters, but his shoes do
  7. He once went to the psychic, to warn her
  8. If he were to punch you in the face you would have to fight off a strong urge to thank him
  9. Whatever side of the tracks he's currently on is the right side, even if he crosses the tracks he'll still be on the right side
  10. He can speak Russian… in French

(RT News)  -  President Vladimir Putin says he’s shared Russian intelligence data on Islamic State financing with his G20 colleagues: the terrorists appear to be financed from 40 countries, including some G20 member states.

During the summit, “I provided examples based on our data on the financing of different Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) units by private individuals. This money, as we have established, comes from 40 countries and, there are some of the G20 members among them,” Putin told the journalists.

Putin also spoke of the urgent need to curb the illegal oil trade by IS.
"I’ve shown our colleagues photos taken from space and from aircraft which clearly demonstrate the scale of the illegal trade in oil and petroleum products," he said.
Funny how those long ISIS convoys in the desert have not been bombed.
A "crazy" Blogger like me might thing we were supporting ISIS.
It would be wrong to say that, so I will not do it.

The motorcade of refueling vehicles stretched for dozens of kilometers, so that from a height of 4,000 to 5,000 meters they stretch beyond the horizon," Putin added, comparing the convoy to gas and oil pipeline systems.
It’s not the right time to try and figure out which country is more and which is less effective in the battle with Islamic State, as now a united international effort is needed against the terrorist group, Putin said.
Putin reiterated Russia’s readiness to support armed opposition in Syria in its efforts to fight Islamic State.
"Some armed opposition groups consider it possible to begin active operations against IS with Russia's support. And we are ready to provide such support from the air. If it happens it could become a good basis for the subsequent work on a political settlement,” he said.
“We really need support from the US, European nations, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran,” the president added.
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Photos of Russian troops in Syria. Photo taken near the Russian
military base in Tartus in Syria.
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