Russian Foreign Ministry: We are actively helping the Syrian government, not exposing any political conditions

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, declared on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly that Russia supplies military equipment and weapon to Iraq and Syria, without exposing additional political conditions.




“We are actively helping the Syrian government, helping the Iraqi government, supplying our partners with modern military equipment, and, by the way, not exposing any political conditions like some other arms suppliers,” the newspaper quotes him. "Sight".

In addition, the Russian Foreign Minister stressed that Washington and Moscow are moving towards a compromise that will achieve a balance of interests in the fight against the terrorist organization Islamic State.

“There is no such thing in diplomacy: we are for or we are against. Whenever negotiations begin, the parties seek to move from their original positions to some kind of compromise that will ensure a balance of interests. I believe that we are now within the framework of this movement, ”Lavrov noted.

It is worth noting that earlier Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that in Syria there are only one legitimate armed forces - the army of Bashar al-Assad.

“He is opposed, according to the interpretation of some of our international partners, the opposition. But in reality, in real life, the Assad army is really fighting with terrorist organizations, ”Putin said.
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  1. Sergey K. 28 September 2015 10: 10 New
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    “We are actively helping the Syrian government, helping the Iraqi government, supplying our partners with modern models of military equipment, and, by the way, without exposing any political conditions, like some other arms suppliers”

    Honestly, directly and openly. Purely in Russian.
    1. marlin1203 28 September 2015 10: 14 New
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      Will the infantry or not? - that is the question...
      1. Bombardier 28 September 2015 10: 17 New
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        Quote: marlin1203
        Will the infantry or not? - that is the question...


        Listen to the president! He said bluntly - he won’t go! (From an interview with an American journalist)
        1. Vlad_Rez 28 September 2015 10: 35 New
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          Will the infantry go or not, time will tell.
          At the current time, there are no such prerequisites, as well as requests from the Syrian government for the introduction of a contingent.
          And if it does, then most likely at first fragments of Savrasov’s paintings “The Rooks Have Arrived” and the unknown ensign “Alligators also Fly” will appear .......... well this is my personal opinion.
        2. trigger 28 September 2015 10: 48 New
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          He also spoke a lot about the troops in the Crimea, and then he confessed. Everything according to the Chinese treatise Sun-chi is on the * bi of the enemy, while he is not on the * ball.
      2. hydrox 28 September 2015 10: 30 New
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        Quote: marlin1203
        Will the infantry or not? - that is the question...


        It follows from Putin’s answer that “UNTIL it goes, we’ll continue to look at the situation” - I understood it this way.
        I think that now, if we participate, then not in battle formations, but through coordination and use of art and armored vehicles from the second-third orders (remote war), at the same time we will try to establish network-centric interaction.
        1. Bombardier 28 September 2015 10: 37 New
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          From the interview:

          Ch.Rouz: Are you ready to send Russian troops to Syria if the fight against igil the need arise?

          Vladimir Putin: Russia will not participate in any military operations on the territory of Syria or in other states, in any case, today we do not plan this. But we are thinking about how to intensify our work with President Assad and with our partners in other countries.
        2. MIKHAN 28 September 2015 10: 40 New
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          We’ll let it wet ... We won’t wave our sabers, it’s for sure! Iran is pulling up slowly, and there are other countries ... We’ll remove the leaders and cut off financing! The task is difficult, but feasible ... If possible, Russia will remember 100 years with gratitude (and the clog itself is not free, we are not the USSR and it is difficult for us too) These are the things in the tank troops ...
          1. Bombardier 28 September 2015 10: 43 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            Russia 100 years will be remembered with gratitude ...


            100 years is overkill.

            70 years after the world (!) War did not pass - and history is already being rewritten.

            20 years if enough, even the Syrian people - is not bad. And first of all, there are our interests there and we defend them - and we must focus on that!
      3. veksha50 28 September 2015 10: 39 New
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        Quote: marlin1203
        Will the infantry or not? - that is the question...



        Putin literally replied to reporters (yesterday, in my opinion) that the question of land operations using Russian forces in Syria is not worth it ...

        I think if it were otherwise, he would not be afraid to say so openly ... We are already too deep in the Syrian issue and the confrontation with the US and NATO to back up or dodge somehow ... As a delay, and the retreat of death is like ... trample ...
      4. Sterlya 28 September 2015 13: 06 New
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        Quote: marlin1203
        Will the infantry or not? - that is the question...

        The infantry will not go. Putin said bluntly. and I have no reason not to trust him
    2. Volzhanin 28 September 2015 10: 40 New
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      Not really. Who are “some other suppliers”?
      In Russian it will be - "... how are you, the Americans, your gayropic lackeys in the face of frogmen, Germans ... and Middle Eastern henchmen in the face: KSA, Qatar, etc.!
    3. Manul 28 September 2015 13: 09 New
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      Quote: Sergey K.
      Honestly, directly and openly. Purely in Russian.

      Only this has long been known. But they were silent, because the blinded western man in the street “knew” that it was “the opposition.” Suddenly Isil appeared to organize a coalition invasion of Syria under the pretext of fighting him. And we correctly took advantage of this and open our eyes to the world that are fighting against Assad gangs of bandits. And Assad directly help without an overseas screech that we support the tyrant, and carry out educational work. Double blow directly.
  2. svetoruss 28 September 2015 10: 11 New
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    This is exactly what infuriates our Western "partners" ...
    1. Andrey NM 28 September 2015 11: 11 New
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      America came up with a way to supply ISIS with trained personnel and weapons. "We cooked them, cooked them, and so they treacherously took and ran across ..." Excuses for children.
  3. Dmsms 28 September 2015 10: 13 New
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    Correctly! It is better to extinguish a fire at distant approaches than at home.
  4. Altona 28 September 2015 10: 13 New
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    Unlike Western "partners", we do not smuggle weapons to various gangs and groups that call themselves "armed opposition", this leads to chaotic uncontrolled proliferation of weapons ... In this regard, the US CIA methods are no different from the methods of Pablo Escobar or similar mafiosi worldwide ...
  5. veksha50 28 September 2015 10: 36 New
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    "without exposing any political conditions" ...

    Ahem ... No matter how much I respect Lavrov, I consider this phrase somewhat casuistic ...

    Preservation of Assad’s rule - isn’t this a political condition ???
    Prevention of the collapse of the country by the MGIL and the opposition - is this not a political condition ???

    PS And maybe with deb ... we need to say that ... Anyway, they don’t understand ...
    1. Manul 28 September 2015 13: 12 New
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      Ahem ... No matter how much I respect Lavrov, I consider this phrase somewhat casuistic ...

      Preservation of Assad’s rule - isn’t this a political condition ???
      Prevention of the collapse of the country by the MGIL and the opposition - is this not a political condition ???

      How can the observance of law and order be called political conditions?
      1. veksha50 28 September 2015 16: 59 New
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        Quote: Manul
        How can the observance of law and order be called political conditions?


        "Politics - 1. The activities of public authorities and public administration, reflecting the social system and economic relations. // Disp. Events and issues of domestic and international public life.
        2. Direction of activity of the state or any social groups in a particular area in a certain period.
        3. trans. unleash A course of action aimed at achieving smth., A behavior that determines relationships with people.

        Well, is it possible or not ???
  6. roskot 28 September 2015 10: 40 New
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    And how would they like us to send troops and get bogged down in Syria. But, as Vladimir Putin said:
    “We are actively helping the Syrian government, helping the Iraqi government, supplying our partners with modern models of military equipment,
    1. trigger 28 September 2015 10: 58 New
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      Oh, mourners come again who attribute their fears omniscient and omnipotent enemy. What happened with Khokhlostan when they cried that the USA only needed us to send troops, dare their proteges and save the Russians. A year later, we can compare the Crimea, which brought troops and the destroyed Donbass. Now it turns out The enemy it is necessary that we save the friendly government of Syria from the US-supported Ishil. Of course.
  7. Barakuda 28 September 2015 10: 49 New
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    Well and good, only bad there. PMC, there was a hint in the State Duma, it is necessary. Dohrena men would fly, maybe someone would throw thump.
    1. trigger 28 September 2015 11: 00 New
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      Yeah, that these PMCs later arranged revolutions in Russia.
      1. Cat man null 28 September 2015 12: 58 New
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        Quote: trigger
        so that these PMCs later arranged revolutions in Russia

        PMCs in general cannot work domestically. Only "outside".

        And even more so, they cannot “arrange revolutions”. Well, not given to them laughing

        Teach a materiel, do not disgrace ..
  8. dckx 28 September 2015 11: 15 New
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    What to say....
    - Our weapons have found a buyer, so add. there is finance for the military-industrial complex (this time);
    - Geopolitical "dividends" (these are two);
    - The dark man was confronted with the fact - Either admit to the whole world that ISIS was nourished by the United States, or of its helplessness in the fight against terror. I think dark-skinned and his team understands that with the support of Russia with its military potential (satellite intelligence, advisers, instructors, weapons), ISIS will not last long. And taking into account the joint work of Iraq, Iran and Libya with the direct participation of Russia, the possibility of supplying ISIS weapons will be significantly limited (these are three);
    - Demonstration of military and political determination in defending their interests (these are four).
    Now, if it weren’t for the flight recorders found from the Malaysian Boeing, shot down over Ukraine, that would be publicized as part of the GDP, the UN would be great (but this is already a flight of fancy).

    As they say - popcorn is bought. We are waiting for the performance of GDP and the reaction of the West.
  9. Belousov 28 September 2015 11: 38 New
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    Clearly and to the point, without smearing snot. It’s a pity that just the majority of our government is extremely liberal, you won’t get all the laurels and Shoigu.
  10. rotmistr60 28 September 2015 12: 13 New
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    and by the way, without exposing any political conditions, like some other arms suppliers

    The hint is direct and clear. But the diplomat, especially the main one, has to say so.
  11. Egor65g 28 September 2015 12: 34 New
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    I hope the Russian boys will not throw a line of fire. My cousin is under my contract.
  12. mamont5 28 September 2015 12: 50 New
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    Quote: trigger
    He also spoke a lot about the troops in the Crimea, and then he confessed. Everything according to the Chinese treatise Sun-chi is on the * bi of the enemy, while he is not on the * ball.

    Your flag is Russian, and ukrovsky. Well, or liberal-state, which, in principle, is one and the same. Everything about the troops in Crimea was already understood, except for the most stubborn.