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Russian MoD: Only Syrian Army Adheres to Silence Regime

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Russian MoD: Only Syrian Army Adheres to Silence Regime

Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov

Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said that Russia has adhered to its side of the Syrian ceasefire agreement from the first minute unlike the United States.

“Russia has from the first minute fulfilled its obligations to enforce the ceasefire regime on Syrian territory. At the same time the various US State Department and Pentagon officials’ statements about the prospects of ‘Russian fulfillment’ of the agreements reached on Syria are puzzling,” Konashenkov said.

Konashenkov emphasized that “the Syrian Army adheres to the silence regime” while “the US-led ‘moderate opposition’ builds up the number of attacks on residential neighborhoods.”

The representative of the Russian Defense Ministry also added that “it seems that the goal of Washington’s ‘verbal smokescreen’ is an intent to conceal non-compliance with its part of the obligations. First of all, on the separation of ‘moderate opposition’ forces and terrorists.”


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Boris Kazlov

Nothing new. Why does Russia keep talking? Everybody knew it would be like that.


UN said there were no casualties reported during the cease fire. Were did those 6 casualties came from?

Terence Silvestre Jr.

Russians open yours eyes and don’t be wits. The friend of your enemy will never be your ally.
While he’s laughing with you, he’ll be stabbing you in the back.
Do not trust the Americans because they never will never be your friends for difference of ideology and politic.
The only thing that matters for them is the foreign oil and their dream of greatness at the expense of whatever no matter how many ruined lives and countries in the attempt. Be smartest people russians, and stop believing in miracles.

John Whitehot

well, the policy “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” is the pinnacle of US foreign policy since the start of the cold war. Hopefully Russia learnt something from it : )

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