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Saña : Peru | almost 2 years ago
The Russian Foreign Minister says that if Bashar al-Assad resigns as Syrian leader, the choice will be his alone. "No, we won't grant him asylum," Lavrov told US media when asked whether...
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Build up to WW3 - Hilary Clinton: RUSSIA & CHINA will Pay the Price for Supporting ASSAD

Build up to WW3 - Hilary Clinton: RUSSIA & CHINA will Pay the Price for Supporting ASSAD Russia rejects in the strongest possible terms allegations that it supports President Assad in the Syrian conflict. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Moscow and Beijing must 'pay a price' for backing Assad. "I do not believe that Russia and China are paying any price at all -- nothing at all -- for standing up on behalf of the Assad regime. The only way that will change is if every nation represented here directly and urgently makes it clear that Russia and China will pay a price," Clinton warned. Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said the west is operating within a friend-or-foe framework that he called outmoded. "We categorically reject that such a question would even be posed regarding the current situation in Syria and Russia's 'backing' of President Bashar Assad. This is not a question of supporting certain political figures or leaders. This is a question of managing a crisis situation in the country within a normal political framework," Ryabkov said. "Unfortunately, we're unable to get a basic understanding from our western partners. The west is still appealing to "friend-or-foe" terms. We considered such terminology to be a thing of the past," Ryabkov explained. Russia and China once again opted not to attend the "Friends of Syria" meeting. Neither Moscow nor Beijing believe the meeting in the French capital will be helpful in uniting the Syrian <b>...</b>
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