Washington: Obama government has doubt over Russia commitment to peace in Syria by cooperating military to America and putting an end to the Syrian crisis.
Obama told reporters at news conference on Thursday, T don’t have trust on Russians or Vladimir Putin, they may not stay on their words. why we have to taste whether or not end of fighting. That includes an end to the kinds of aerial bombing and civilian death and destruction that we’ve seen carried out by the Assad regime,”
He said Russia may not be able to get there, either because they don’t want to, or because they don’t have sufficient influence over Assad and that will be tested by the US.
Obama said, Russia has been keen to support a mortal government that has an Assad, who has destroyed his country just to adhere on to power. . What started with peaceful protests has led to a shocking of an entire pretty advanced society,”
While replying to question he said, “Whenever you are trying to agent any kind of deal with an individual or a country like that, you have got to go in there with some scepticism,”
Obama said while talking about the Syrian crisis, defeating to Islamic State and Al-Qaeda requires end to the civil war and the Assad regime’s cruelty against the Syrian people that has pushed the people into extreme situation.
“The government and its partners are continuing to violets the civilians by attacking the helpless civilians by cutting medieval blockade against cities like Aleppo and blocking the reaching of food to families that are starving.
He said, “it’s terrible and evil face of the Syrian government that whole world has disapproval.’
Obama gives the strong message to Russia said, direct involvement in such various actions which makes impossible to trust on their commitment.”
“The US remains prepared to work with Russia to try to reduce the violence and strengthen our efforts against Islamic State and Al-Qaeda in Syria, but so far Russia has failed to take the necessary steps.”
He added, with regards to failing to situation it must be serious about pursuing these objectives,”