Moscow believes the Syrian government should regain control over the country’s northeastern region as soon as possible, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday.

“There is a need to resolve the issue concerning the country’s northeast and the left bank of the Euphrates River in order to… ensure the restoration of the legitimate government’s control over the region,” Lavrov said at a news conference in Moscow.

Among other important goals, the Russian top diplomat cited the need to build dialogue with the Kurds and secure the interests of Turkey “as far as security in Syria’s border areas is concerned,” TASS reports.

 

 

Source: RT

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Lavrov made negotiation with Kerry the Syria partition, and now he makes some non senses. Even more, Russia is allowing Israel to bomb Syria whenever and wherever it wants. So, right now Russia has fallen down in a NATO trap leading by Turkey (economical and commercial interests), and jews domination (Israel), and it will be very difficult for Russia to get out of these guys.

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Syria should regain N/E of Syria but Russia don’t even allow SAA to enter Idlib ! Does that mean that what’s under US control “should” return to Syria but what’s under Erdogan control is lost for Syria ?

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Damaskus has no capasity to enter Idlib unless Turks allow it. If they left Idlib for the SDF zone, they would loose most of the regimepart. Has Lavrov really said something like that or do Tass say, that Lavrov did. Too much of the Assad zone is contested and Assads has no troops or police extra. Much to me like all are exhausted and need to regain before they can kill each other as well as Kurds again. They hardly have flowers for the graves. I not even see some has a vocabulary for peace. I love the lack of… Read more »