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Russia has fulfilled the tasks that it set for the military operation in Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters on Thursday after the BRICS summit.

“When it comes to Russia’s own interests, they lay first and foremost in preventing many trained and prepared militants with combat experience from infiltrating Russian territory. In this sense, we cannot say that we resolved 100% of tasks, but in general we did. We have fulfilled the task that we had set for ourselves in Syria,” Putin said.

After Syrian border guards were stationed at the Syrian-Turkish border, more information became available on who stays in camps, he added. “We know that there are hundreds of militants who came from Russia, several thousand from CIS [Commonwealth of Independent States] countries. And how many were destroyed? Not less than that, maybe even more,” he stressed.

Putin reminded that after Russia started actively supporting the legitimate government in Damascus, 90% of the country’s territory was liberated from terrorists. “Not only liberated, but also returned under the control of the legitimate government. We have achieved what we had set out to do,” he noted.

The Russian leader added that the US government and President Donald Trump have also contributed to the fight against terrrorism in Syria, but unbiased observers will be able to recognize Russia’s role in this process.

“When it comes to the US contribution to the fight against terrorism in Syria, they did contribute. We should recognize that, as well as the contribution made by President Trump. However, before Russia came and took active part in this, the international coalition did not achieve any significant results in several years,” he said

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Source: TASS

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I think Erdogan and Mr. Putin are the only World leaders that go out of their way to flatter Trump-a*s.

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Ja ja, Dice: “EE.UU. también a contribuido?”, como se puede afirmar si son los responsables del desastre en Siria, ahora Putín complace a Erdogan también responsable del terrorismo en Siria.
Solo espero que no abandone Siria, si de verdad quiere ayudar al pueblo, de lo contrario dejará a que Erdogan (Hermandad Musulmana) retome control de nuevo ayudando a sus terroristas.

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Translation : Russia is gonna pull out. Putin probably thinks he can make more money from selling arms and energy products to Turkey. They’re all the same idiots, just like the ones who leased money to Adolf to build his military industrial complex.
Maybe Assad should consider some new alliance.

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Pulling out? How did you come to that conclusion? Russia building 2 more bases.

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JIMI JAMES

More to the point as opposed to your euro/nazi cumbersome verdict is the fact liberal nwo blowjobs blew the not only the levy but also any credability to sustain toward global dominance hegemon,which I MAY ADD IS GOING NOWHERE IN THE FUTURE! The fact remains PUTIN is yet again correct,only a LIBBY dumass can try to outline such ludicrous claims only because your regime along with ye fake mates are losing on all fronts (period) POINT BEING LIBERAL/SKULLS N BONES NWO STOCKS DOWN, RUSSIAN STOCKS UP.ALSO VERIFIES THAT TRUMP UNLIKE YOUR FAKE MATES AND SICKENING ORTHODOXY HATING KIND STAND NO… Read more »