The State Department declined to comment on the agreement between Russia and Jordan.

State Department spokesman Mark Toner did not comment on the agreement between the Russian Federation and Jordan to establish a center in Amman to coordinate the fight against IS, reports RIA News.




“We saw these messages. Let Russia and Jordan talk about the parameters of the agreement they could come to, ”Toner said.

“These are sovereign decisions that every government makes,” he said.

According to him, "the agreement may be limited, like a memorandum of understanding between the US and Russia on the safety of air operations in Syria."

The journalists noted that at present Russia is already coordinating its actions with four countries: Syria, Iraq, Iran and Jordan. Whether it goes against Washington’s opinion that “Moscow acts unilaterally,” they asked.

Toner replied in the negative: “We have a coalition from 65 countries. We said that if Russia wants to play a constructive role in this, we would welcome it, but so far we do not see it. ”

On Friday, Sergei Lavrov held talks in Vienna with his colleague from Jordan, Nasser Jodah. Moscow expressed the hope that the Vienna talks "will be a step towards the creation of a broad coalition on Syria."

The Russian minister explained that "the military of the two countries will coordinate their actions through a working mechanism that will operate in Amman." According to him, other states participating in the antiterrorist struggle can join this mechanism.
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  1. Penetrator 24 October 2015 13: 07 New
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    The State Department declined to comment on the agreement between Russia and Jordan.

    The representative of the State Department could say simpler: "I will be brief - there are no words, only drooling." Russian diplomacy outplayed Americans in the Middle East. And US assurances about the cohesion of a “coalition of 65 countries” are increasingly reminiscent of a bluff. Who really helps Washington with business? Even if the eternal allies and closest neighbors, the Canadians recently fell off and recalled their equipment and military personnel. And assurances of full support and approval of actions are inexpensive. It’s better to have one, but a real ally (like the same Iran in a coalition with the Russian Federation) than a bunch of virtual ones.
    1. IAlex 24 October 2015 13: 08 New
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      They do not comment - they order ...
      1. maxiban 24 October 2015 13: 09 New
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        And what is there to comment on - the next proser of the Americans.
        1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 13: 10 New
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          What Israel will say here is the most interesting ...! bully
          1. Tusv 24 October 2015 13: 19 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            What Israel will say here is the most interesting

            Do not interfere. Already good. Although the Golan will have to return
            1. maxiban 24 October 2015 13: 25 New
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              “If you don’t open your mouth, the fly will not fly in” - an old Jewish proverb.
          2. dmi.pris 24 October 2015 13: 30 New
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            You mean atatefa ....? And Israel, well, what does it say, it says, Talks weren't held with him ...
            Quote: MIKHAN
            What Israel will say here is the most interesting ...! bully
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 50 New
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              Quote: dmi.pris
              You mean atatefa ....? And Israel, well, what does it say, it says, Talks weren't held with him ...
              Quote: MIKHAN
              What Israel will say here is the most interesting ...! bully

              Nothing to say. And they talked with us and agreed
              Everyone has their own interests, one question -
              King of Jordan Abdullah called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to resign. He became the first of the Arab leaders to express such a stance against the Syrian leader, who continues to brutally suppress mass protests. In an interview with BBC, the Jordanian monarch said that he would have left his post in Assad’s place, allowing the Syrians to enter a “new phase of political life”.
              1. jjj
                jjj 24 October 2015 15: 29 New
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                Just keep in mind that King Abdullah himself controls only his court. The refugee camps are very sympathetic to the Islamists
              2. anti-Semite 24 October 2015 22: 58 New
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                is the king of jordan a democratic leader?
          3. Arikkhab 24 October 2015 17: 36 New
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            Israel has been cooperating with Jordan in the fight against terrorism (for a long time), recently there have been supplies of UAVs and helicopters
            - http://newsru.co.il/arch/mideast/18aug2015/debka303.html
            - http://www.7kanal.co.il/News/News.aspx/178207#.ViuVxdysWNM
          4. GSH-18 24 October 2015 17: 45 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            What Israel will say here is the most interesting ...! bully

            Already being done by intelligence.
          5. djqnbdjqnb 24 October 2015 20: 48 New
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            We are advancing without haste, but inevitably on all fronts - military, diplomatic and informational. Beautifully advancing!
          6. Marconi41 25 October 2015 05: 01 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            What Israel will say here is the most interesting ...

            Strange, but Israel is silent in a rag. But they are directly threatened by ISIS and tensions on their borders are not in their interests. The Israeli Air Force is also a very formidable force, and could help us. Well, or at least give us the location of our air group on its territory. It would not be very bad.
        2. vorobey 24 October 2015 13: 12 New
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          Quote: maxiban
          And what is there to comment on - the next proser of the Americans.


          there is no comment here; we must state the fact ... Yes .. we were once again shown our place .. laughing
      2. kot28.ru 24 October 2015 13: 11 New
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        Russia is not a vassal of the arrogant Saxons and is not obliged to report on their actions to any mattresses hi ,can only politely warn something? soldierWhat-is, the question is where do we figure it out ourselves!
    2. vovanpain 24 October 2015 13: 10 New
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      Well, this is an agreement between Russia and Jordan, the mattresses just got another spit in the face in the Middle East, they sit and wipe themselves, and they plot another dirty trick.
    3. Coconut Tima 24 October 2015 13: 16 New
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      Panic in the camp of the enemy! US General John Allen, commander of the forces of the international coalition conducting operations against the Islamic State group (an extremist organization banned in the Russian Federation) in Iraq and Syria, is resigning.
    4. avt
      avt 24 October 2015 13: 22 New
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      Quote: Penetrator
      The representative of the State Department could say simpler: "I will be brief - there are no words, only drooling."

      good laughing Yeah ,, But I can’t spit - I'm afraid to get in the snout. "
    5. Vladimir 1964 24 October 2015 13: 32 New
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      Quote: Penetrator
      Russian diplomacy outplayed Americans in the Middle East. And US assurances about the cohesion of a “coalition of 65 countries” are increasingly reminiscent of a bluff.


      Indeed, in this situation, we must pay tribute to the actions of our leadership. It is difficult to judge, of course, at what price the last decision on Jordan got, but there can be no doubt that it is extremely successful for Russia. And the next blow to the image of the USA was dealt with very competently and sensitively. Well, Jordan, an American outpost, enters into an agreement with Russia. It was hard to see Tuner getting ready for the press conference. good

      Something like that, dear colleagues. hi
      1. Oman 47 24 October 2015 15: 50 New
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        Russian Foreign Ministry - offset, respect and respect !!! hi stop love
        Not that with all the Kozyrev nods there ...
    6. beitar 24 October 2015 16: 18 New
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      Quote: Penetrator
      The State Department declined to comment on the agreement between Russia and Jordan.

      It is better to have one, but a real ally (like the same Iran in a coalition with the Russian Federation) than a bunch of virtual ones.


      Penetrator, for Russia it will soon become clear that for Iran and his ilk Russia is not a savior, but a version of the Great Satan, and partisan anti-Russian actions, the same as anti-American actions in Iraq, are sponsored by Iran, telling Russia that all chestnuts are from fire already pulled out, time to go home.

      The problem is that after World War II, no one was able to bring peace and calm with bayonets. This did not work in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, in general - nowhere. Peace and tranquility must be created by the citizens of the problem region themselves, otherwise it will not work. Russia is not a lifesaver in Syria, it is an additional factor in the war. The result of Russia's activity will be a purulent abscess of a guerrilla war for 10 years.
      1. Angro Magno 24 October 2015 16: 39 New
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        It's a bit stupid, right? Today is Jordan. Then, you see, Egypt will catch up.
      2. Penetrator 24 October 2015 17: 26 New
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        Quote: beitar
        Peace and tranquility must be created by the citizens of the problem region themselves

        Yeah, for a long time, the whole world watched how, since the beginning of 2011, the citizens of Syria enthusiastically destroyed each other. Almost immediately, in this fascinating process, a large number of citizens of other states got involved, by a strange coincidence, adherents of radical Islam, who spoke on the side of the Syrian opposition. Then came ISIS, now universally recognized as a terrorist organization, in which there are very few Syrian residents, and opposed everyone. Where, I ask you, are the citizens of Syria proper, who should establish peace and tranquility?
        By the way, do you think that Russian intervention on the side of the legitimate President Assad would lead to a "purulent abscess of the partisan war for 10 years," and, in your opinion, if the government was defeated, would such an option be impossible? Peace and prosperity came right away? Well, well, do you give Libya and Iraq as an example - what’s wonderful there, after you threw off the "bloody dictators"? In-in, the same civil war with unclear prospects.
        First of all, it was not necessary for your American friends to arrange an “Arab spring” with its “controlled chaos”.
        1. beitar 24 October 2015 21: 35 New
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          The fact that the Americans and the West did stupid things by burning the Middle East and supporting the "Arab Spring" does not justify Russia, which threw firewood into the flames of the Syrian war. And ISIS killers are no better than villains from Hezbollah and Iran. I already wrote that there are no good or bad terrorists. Therefore, when Russia takes Hezbollah and Iran against ISIS as allies, it looks like a two-faced inconsistent policy of double standards. This is how to enter into an alliance with Himmler against Hitler
          1. Drmadfisher 24 October 2015 21: 46 New
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            Russia and Iran have never had any leeks, on the contrary
            1. Penetrator 24 October 2015 22: 34 New
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              Quote: DrMadfisher
              Russia and Iran have never had any leeks, on the contrary

              Well, yes, the truth from the 17th to the 19th century six Russian-Persian wars occurred. And in 1941, our troops had to be sent to Iran, so that the shah would not go over to Hitler's side. And yes, there were no graters smile
          2. Penetrator 24 October 2015 22: 15 New
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            Quote: beitar
            This is how to enter into an alliance with Himmler against Hitler

            Everything in the world is relative. In addition, we learn from you and your overseas allies the policy of "double standards" - according to other rules it is impossible to coexist with you. And, you must admit, Russia is doing it finer - at least Iran is no longer a rogue state, and Hezbollah is a terrorist organization only for you and the USA (by the way, do not remind when and why it came about? I think in response to occupation of Lebanon by Israel). But ISIS is an internationally recognized terrorist structure. So in this regard, the Russian Federation acts in accordance with international law, moreover, at the request of the legitimate leadership of Syria.
            Write, "that there are no good or bad terrorists"? But the Americans do not think so and divide the terrorists into moderate and immoderate. Would you develop a common position?
            1. beitar 24 October 2015 22: 32 New
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              Alas, Iran is now the legitimate partner of Barack Husseinovich Obama, but this is temporary, until the presidential election. But for Russia, Iran is a dangerous competitor. Both countries survive through oil-gas trading. With the lifting of sanctions from Iran, Iranian oil and gas will enter the market and this will further reduce prices and inflict a severe blow to the Russian economy. Moreover, for Iran, Russia has always been a kind of "great Satan." So the guys with the choice of allies should be more thorough. Cuba or Belarus looks much more advantageous than Iranian Islamic fascists with their export of the Islamic revolution ...
              1. Penetrator 24 October 2015 22: 43 New
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                Quote: beitar
                With the lifting of sanctions from Iran, Iranian oil and gas will enter the market and this will further reduce prices and inflict a severe blow to the Russian economy

                Do not be scared, we are scared. It is more important for Russia not to allow Qatari gas to Europe, which will be immediately sold in case of Assad’s defeat. And with Iranian oil, things are not so simple, including its cost, production rates and many other factors. I can tell a lot about this, but the format does not allow it. smile
                For you, Iran is Islamic fascists, for them you are Jewish fascists, and for us both of you are equally dear. Here we are such a peaceful country smile
              2. andrewkor 25 October 2015 17: 15 New
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                it is better to have a daughter pr - ku than ev - i corporal.
          3. sharp-lad 24 October 2015 22: 20 New
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            The arsonists are always to blame for the fireman!
          4. mabuta 24 October 2015 23: 57 New
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            The proverb has not been forgotten: whose cow would moo.
            Updated: Israeli General Captured in Iraq Confesses to Israel-Isis Coalition
            By Nahed Al-Husaini on October 21, 2015
            The American portal Veterans Today reports that during an armed clash with ISIS units, a high-ranking Israeli general, Jussi Elon Shakak, was captured. The Secretary General of the European Department of Security and Information, Dr. Hayesam Bow-Said, commented on the publication as follows: “Mossad and ISIS are closely cooperating. Israeli military consultants help a terrorist organization, their advice is aimed at implementing strategic military plans, as well as achieving tactical goals in the field
          5. andrewkor 25 October 2015 17: 19 New
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            give, fuck, the Arab lands that the UN allocated to them in1948 and arrogantly captured by the "God-chosen people", only then will the neighbors agree with you.
      3. Private27 25 October 2015 01: 19 New
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        It’s your guerrilla war, the Palestinians are killing soldiers right on the streets. And according to your media, you were treating a terrarugg and supplying weapons that fought against Assad in the Golan. And who do you yourself know after that!
    7. Tor5
      Tor5 24 October 2015 16: 54 New
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      Absolutely logical! Let one ally, but! It is the Ally, than such as Canada: there is today, but not tomorrow.
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    9. GSH-18 24 October 2015 17: 43 New
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      Toner replied in the negative: “We have a coalition from 65 countries. We said that if Russia wants to play a constructive role in this, we would welcome it, but until we see this».

      This is not surprising. In Syria and Iraq, this same coalition does not see how the igil grew under their nose for a whole year. And now, Toner has the audacity to cheat on trinet about the actions of our videoconferencing ?! fool
    10. Maxom75 24 October 2015 22: 34 New
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      Do not underestimate the amers, they are masters under the carpet struggle. We have won tactically now, and a strategic victory is a reorientation of the arms market in Jordan to the Russian Federation, but this has not yet happened. But we are on the right path, comrades.
  2. Observer2014 24 October 2015 13: 07 New
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    The State Department declined to comment on the agreement between Russia and Jordan.
    It’s they (the State Department) who don’t know what Jordan means ha ha
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  4. mig31 24 October 2015 13: 08 New
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    Being 66 a slave to America, well, I'm sorry, it's better you are to us on an equal footing ....
  5. venaya 24 October 2015 13: 08 New
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    Russia is currently coordinating with four countries: Syria, Iraq, Iran and Jordan

    Only in this way, by common efforts is it possible to win.
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  7. Tusv 24 October 2015 13: 15 New
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    Calcium (cauliflower with spices) from 65 countries, imitating violent activity. There is nothing to comment on. The main thing is not to interfere, as Israel is doing now
  8. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 13: 16 New
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    To unite the Middle East, this is the main task of Russia! And to devil soak there, "feeding up" the USA, Saudis and Israel ..!
    1. msm
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      That's who needs help with weapons and airstrikes! And, do not help cowards from Syria ... (that cowards are the ultimate truth), that water is in the sand!
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        Quote: msm
        And, do not help cowards from Syria ... (that cowards are the ultimate truth), that water is in the sand!

        Yes, they, maybe not cowards, just fight through, they don’t know how, they need to show a movie what “And the dawns here are quiet ...”, “Torpedo bombers”, “In war, as in war”, “Chronicle of Pe-2" ..., many more what
  9. Denis DV 24 October 2015 13: 32 New
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    Coalition of 65 countries. Announce the whole list, well, stupidly neighing hi
    1. KnightRider 24 October 2015 14: 36 New
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      Quote: Denis DV
      Coalition of 65 countries. Announce the whole list, well, stupidly neighing

      I’m also interested in what countries are included in it and what they are doing in Syria-Iraq, because it’s clear that not everyone is bombing
  10. RuslanNN 24 October 2015 13: 37 New
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    Quote: Denis DV
    Coalition of 65 countries. Announce the whole list, well, stupidly neighing hi

    Already 64. Canadians dumped.
    1. Denis DV 24 October 2015 13: 57 New
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      Right The next speech of the State Department will begin with the words: "What are you laughing at, you have not seen the others"
  11. egor1712 24 October 2015 13: 43 New
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    It's a good news. The main thing is that Amman would not give the back. He loves it too.
  12. Alcoholic 24 October 2015 13: 54 New
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    The couple painfully affectionately mattresses answered :)
    I do not like it.
    And in general, why know the opinion of the fascist Semites? wassat
    They have a coalition from 65 countries.
    Just enough to smear everything later and be innocent.
  13. vobels 24 October 2015 14: 06 New
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    "..the Vienna talks" will be a step towards creating a broad coalition on Syria ".." The wider the coalition, the more information and the more likely it is to cover the IG. This has worked well for our ministry.
  14. VNP1958PVN 24 October 2015 14: 06 New
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    And translated into Russian, Jordan sent Carrie with his hints!
  15. Warm Padded Jacket 24 October 2015 14: 08 New
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    a coalition from 65 countries, and how many countries from the koala participated in military operations against IS?
  16. xin-l 24 October 2015 14: 15 New
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    It's a good news. The main thing is that Amman would not give the back. He loves it too.

    Amman will not give back, he has good relations with Iran. Americans can sympathize with Iraq threw them, despite the cries of the American curator Danforth it seems, like we’ll take and leave! Afghanistan asks for our help absolutely not giving a damn about the Americans, Jordan, the pro-Saudi and pro-American, are also in coordination with us and they can be understood. the next regime that will begin to be demolished after Syria, which is unlikely to be this, is theirs. There are already 2 million. refugees from Syria and some incidentally sympathize with the IG. Again, the Saudi ally, Egypt supported us. Israel will not interfere because, unlike the Americans, they also do not have good and bad terrorists, but they will not fight in the coalition because of hard memories of the intervention in Lebanon. Against this background, Turkmenistan looks like an absolute pariah and a marginal, who wants to invite the Americans to itself because of genetic hatred of the USSR and everything connected with it. Gurbanguly Myalikgulievich Berdimuhammedov behaves bluntly. given the Middle Eastern "successes" of Americans. What the State Department can comment on is just quietly strangling itself. Everyone is fleeing a sinking ship, even Canada.
    1. Phantom Revolution 24 October 2015 16: 51 New
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      Israel will not interfere because, unlike the Americans, they also don’t have good and bad terrorists,

      Oh, what naivety, Israel pursues its interests if it is beneficial for them to be in the gums with anyone. The bombing of Syrian military bases because of a salvo is unknown by anyone on their territory, the militants are treated in their hospitals under the guise of “bezhentsev”, then they freely return. Well, the crap and medicine were also found in Israeli identity. And they do not mind dividing Syria into smaller countries.
      1. Hello 24 October 2015 17: 51 New
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        Oh, what naivety, Israel pursues its own interests if it would be beneficial for them to gum with anyone. The bombing of Syrian military bases because of a volley is unknown by anyone on their territory

        Where was the salvo from? Can you tell me from the position of government troops?
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        militants are treated in their hospitals under the guise of "bezhentsev

        I believe you here honestly honestly, but show at least one hare cured in Israel, I beg.
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        Well, the thirst and medicine, the identity of Israeli preparation found

        What are you saying? Where are the woods from?
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        And they do not mind dividing Syria into smaller countries.

        Did Bibi tell you this personally?
  17. KnightRider 24 October 2015 14: 47 New
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    Is the center in Amman an analogue of the center in Baghdad? Will Jordan provide us with intelligence on the igil? Is this country a member of the "American coalition"? Does the joint Russian-Israeli interaction on Syria work, not in words but in deeds? Is a permanent communication channel between the Russian Federation and the United States open on military-technical cooperation in flight safety in Syria? Who posted please unsubscribe
  18. cniza 24 October 2015 14: 51 New
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    65 SIMULATORS laughing and who are they?
    1. arane 24 October 2015 23: 57 New
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      Quote: cniza
      65 SIMULATORS laughing and who are they?


      Enjoy:

      The list of states included in the anti-terrorist coalition consists of Albania, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iraq , Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Lithuania, Latvia, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, India, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, South Korea, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, U Krajins, UAE and Great Britain.
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        Lithuania, Latvia

        Oh yo !!! And these, too, sent their Air Force to Syria ?! Now everything is clear - it’s time for Assad to flee to Moscow!
  19. Russia 24 October 2015 15: 31 New
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    We have a coalition from 65 countries.

    And what's the use?
    All 65 quietly watch from the sidelines as the “main coalitioner” feeds and raises the IS. About "bombing" without permission and no question!
  20. Goldmitro 24 October 2015 15: 46 New
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    Toner (State Department spokesman) answered in the negative: “We have a coalition from 65 countries. We said that if Russia wants to play a constructive role in this, we would welcome it, but so far we don’t see it. ”

    The State Department has created a coalition of 65 countries whose task is really not to do a damn about fighting ISIS, but only to imitate the bombing of ISIS and wait for the assailants to kill the Ishilov’s and the Annusrov’s and other thugs! So what’s the point of Russia joining this coalition, Russia simply has no other choice but to create a coalition really, and not just in words, fighting Islamic scumbags, which is successfully done and causes irritation to the State Department and their apprentices, since this means the collapse of all of them plans to eliminate Assad and the destruction of the state of Syria!
  21. mikh-korsakov 24 October 2015 16: 48 New
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    I do not understand the logic of the West. It is clear that politics is immoral and duplicitous, for it pursues the goal of protecting national interests, but still not to the point of dancing on the coffins. It is also not clear to me why our government and our media do not harass the West on the following issue. Western authorities cursed Assad for using force against the opposition, and even allegedly killed someone. But when trying to blame Poroshenko and Co., for that. that on his orders several tens of thousands of people were killed, they look down and mutter something like that each country has the right to defend its state principles and nurse the criminal Kiev authorities. Why, for example, not submit to the Security Council and the OSCE resolutions condemning Poroshenko's lovers for supporting the criminal regime. why not yell at all angles. that Poroshenko should leave, as the West does in the case of Assad. It’s clear that our friends and partners will send us far away with our invectives, as we do with Assad, but they’ll have to start.
  22. asar 24 October 2015 17: 51 New
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    Let Jordan, as a good gesture, close its borders to all the vybd.yadok that flee from the "work" of our VKS!
    And then the rod there - the border is open!
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 17: 57 New
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      Let Jordan, as a good gesture, close its borders to all the vybd.yadok that flee from the "work" of our VKS!
      And then the rod there - the border is open!

      Do you think that Russia can dictate something to Jordan? It can only be a compromise and mutual interests.
      1. sharp-lad 24 October 2015 22: 23 New
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        Exactly! Unlike the exceptional ones, Russia offers a compromise and mutual interest!
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        Russia can dust Jordan several thousand times in a row so yes, we can dictate terms to them
        1. arane 24 October 2015 23: 52 New
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          Quote: anti-Semite
          Russia can dust Jordan several thousand times in a row so yes, we can dictate terms to them

          Russia can dust anyone, and no one will give a real screwdriver except the states! But this absolutely does not give us the right to dictate our will to everyone. In essence, you currently support US methods. They do just that ...
      3. arane 24 October 2015 23: 47 New
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        Quote: atalef
        Quote: asar
        Let Jordan, as a good gesture, close its borders to all the vybd.yadok that flee from the "work" of our VKS!
        And then the rod there - the border is open!

        Do you think that Russia can dictate something to Jordan? It can only be a compromise and mutual interests.


        Greetings! I definitely agree. In general, dictating your will to anyone, not only in the international arena, but simply in life, is a sure way to earn a hidden enemy! This method should not be discarded at all, but it is much better to agree on the basis of mutual respect.
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    Americans simply envy us and do not comment on it. Their coalition (65 countries) for such a long time, was completely unable or unwilling to do. They still probably think that if there are more countries, then they are more important and more important. But fuck you guessed striped request
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    “We saw these messages. Let Russia and Jordan talk about the parameters of the agreement they could reach, ”Toner said. "It sovereign the decisions that every government makes, ”he said.

    It is good for Messrs. Toners from the USA to remember the sovereignty of Syria when choosing their president, and not to constantly exaggerate the idea of ​​Syria without Assad.
    It all depends on the citizens of Syria, and not on the mood of the farm laborer Abram.
  25. Vlad5307 24 October 2015 19: 24 New
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    The problem is that after World War II, no one was able to bring peace and calm with bayonets. This did not work in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, in general - nowhere. Peace and tranquility must be created by the citizens of the problem region themselves, otherwise it will not work. Russia is not a lifesaver in Syria, it is an additional factor in the war. The result of Russia's activity will be a purulent abscess of a guerrilla war for 10 years.

    Here you are wrong! The whole sequence of actions of the Russian Federation on warheads in recent years has been pursued precisely by establishing a long-term and reliable peace. The policy of Israel and the SGA is in the spirit of "divide and rule", that is. the collision of BV countries among themselves to their own benefit and nothing more. And in its activities, Russia relies on international law, which, unfortunately, is systematically violated by the SGA and Israel, and not by the use of military force in international affairs! And the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation are used only to stop or prevent the death of civilians, both in the Crimea and in Syria (the destruction of terrorists patronized by the SGA coalition serves to protect the rights of the civilian population of Syria). stop
  26. Gormenghast 24 October 2015 19: 47 New
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    “These are sovereign decisions that every government makes”


    Stunned! The world is changing before our eyes.

    And why is this sovereign Assad can not make a similar decision?

    Why can't Iraq?

    Who the real terrorists are is clearly evident. "There is nothing secret that would not become apparent"
  27. Prisoner 24 October 2015 20: 05 New
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    The hands of the "superman" washed. winked Probably sucks when they’re used to being the coolest, but here the equally cool podzhopnik after the podzhopnik weighs. laughing
  28. Navy7981 24 October 2015 22: 19 New
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    "... if Russia wants to play a constructive role in this ..." In my opinion, sometimes a thinking person, only Russia plays a constructive role. It is hard to imagine that a coalition of 65 countries, whose military potential should simply not be commensurate with the potential of their adversary, can do nothing with the scanty group of gopniks gathered against them to rob, rape, kill ... Conclusion - in their place I I’d talk to us very carefully, carefully choosing words ...
  29. BARKHAN 24 October 2015 23: 24 New
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    It seems to me that it is simply an instructive career impasse of the friends of democracy (once former) of Saddam, Mubarak, Gaddafi, etc. pushes the rulers of the BV to boring thoughts. They are all there, like worms in a pan twitch. And are lost in conjecture about their future.
  30. TIO1969 25 October 2015 00: 23 New
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    If you look at the list of "Western" kkaolitsii, maybe one question will arise, what do you do so much time in Syria?
    Moreover, in addition to the list itself, it is not clear or announced the level of participation of these countries. You would think that they entered, just to be on the list, and actively fight in words.

    The main thing is not quantity, but quality!

    The list of states included in the anti-terrorist coalition consists of Albania, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada (announced the withdrawal), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece , Hungary, Iraq, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Lithuania, Latvia, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, India, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, South Korea , Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, UAE and the UK.

    In addition to the countries themselves, organizations still “consider” them, including: the European Union, the League of Arab States, NATO