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Bashar al-Assad: only Russia can stop civil war in Syria

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By Ann Tyller | December 2, 2015 11:20 pm

President of Syria Bashar al-Assad has hailed Russia’s airs-trikes against ISI as major turning point in Syrian civil war and claimed that US-led military coalition’s bombing of ISIS militants has been a complete failure.

He blasted Turkey over downing of a Russian military planes, saying that President of Turkey “lost his mind”.

-Since the beginning of US-led coalition’s “war against ISIS” militant groups have multiplied and expanded, recruiting new “Soldiers of Islam” from around the world.  But after Russia has entered war against militants ISIS has been shrinking. This is reality, Said Bashar al-Assad

President of Syria Bashar al-Assad

President of Syria Bashar al-Assad

-The war against terrorism is continuing. The Russian support or participation is going to be stronger. It is stronger anyway. There is no way back.

The 50-year-old Assad, who serves as commander-in-chief of the Syrian Army, also spoke about the migration crisis in Europe.

-Every one of those is a human resource that left Syria is a great loss to our country and our society. But at the end we must deal with the consequences.

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