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Russia and United Kingdom will work together to defeat ISIS in Syria.

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By Ann Tyller | December 13, 2015 12:43 pm

British premier David Cameron and Russian president Vladimir Putin have agreed to exchange intelligence field information to fight jointly ISIS militant groups in Syria.

Mr. Cameron had asked Vladimir Putin to update him on Russian military operations in Syria in light of UK Royal Air Force actions against ISIS.

Royal Air Force extended military strikes against ISIS in Syria after a parliamentary approval vote on this issue last week.

Mr. Cameron informed Russian president that British Government is still firmly opposed to dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad in Syria and wants him to resign.

British premier David Cameron and Russian president Vladimir Putin have agreed to exchange intelligence field information to fight jointly ISIS militant groups in Syria

British premier David Cameron and Russian president Vladimir Putin have agreed to exchange intelligence field information to fight jointly ISIS militant groups in Syria

Vladimir Putin asked David Cameron to assist Russian military intelligence in getting information about Russian military jet shot down by Turkish forces.

Mr. Cameron offered his condolences to Vladimir Putin over the death of a Russian pilot, whose plane was shot down by Turkish missiles following an alleged air space infraction on Syria’s border.

British Prime Minister and President of Russia have agreed that United Kingdom and Russian Federation should fight together, with other international partners, to destroy ISIS militants and establish peace in Syria.

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