Putin:Russia pledge military supports Syria:too early to commit forces 9/4
Moscow offers a remarkable military support to Syria, but it is too early to talk about his country's readiness to participate in military operations against the" Islamic state.
Vladivostok - (dpa) - AFP: Russian President Vladimir Putin, "said Moscow offers a remarkable military support to Syria, but it is too early to talk about his country's readiness to participate in military operations against the" Islamic state.
This came in a press statement made by Putin on Friday, on the sidelines of the East Economic Forum held in the Russian city of Vladivostok. , According to the agency Sputnik
He added: "We see what is happening on the scene where directs the US Air Force a certain air strikes to the organization, but the effectiveness of these strikes is high so far," he said, adding that the fight against "Daash" militarily single subject, and will continue to Moscow consultations on it with the countries of the region, but It is too early to talk about Russia's willingness now to engage in military operations against "Daash".
Putin stressed that Russia offers a significant support to Syria through supplies of weapons and military equipment of Russian and assistance in the preparation of the cadres of the Syrian armed forces, pointing out that Moscow implemented all military contracts in this area which concluded with Damascus earlier.
And about the flight of large numbers of citizens from Syria, the Russian president said in response to a reporter's question, said that "people are fleeing from Syria is not Bashar al-Assad's regime, but from the organization / Islamic state / who seized vast territory in Syria as well as in Iraq and committing brutal practices There are terrible. "
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was not opposed to the organization of early legislative elections as part of a political settlement of the ongoing conflict four years ago in the country.
Putin said on the sidelines of the East Economic Forum in Vladivostok in the Russian Far East that "a political change is necessary and we work with our partners in Syria itself."
He added that "everybody agrees that in parallel with the efforts that we must do together to combat terrorism must encourage the political process in Syria."
He said Putin that "the Syrian President (Bashar al-Assad) personally OK with that and OK on the organization of early legislative elections with the idea of talking with the opposition, which described Palmsmouh out with the idea to attract them to this process."
Syrian President did not speak publicly before about the organization of early legislative elections. The last elections were held on the seventh of May 2012 after being postponed for one year due to the start of the protest movement in 2011. The opposition boycotted the vote and described him as "a farce".
The international and Arab coalition led by the United States launched air strikes against Daash in both Syria and Iraq, where control of the vast tracts of land.