Vladimir Putin believes resumption of Aleppo air strikes unnecessary for now: Kremlin

Russia reserves the right to use all of its means and force to support Syrian army, said the Kremiln spokesperson.

By: Reuters | Moscow | Published:October 28, 2016 10:14 pm
vladimir putin, kremlin, russia aleppo, russia syria, russia air strikes, news, latest news, world news, syria news, russia news, international news Russian President Putin rejects resuming the strikes in order to give the United States time to separate terrorist groups from the moderate opposition and to allow militants and civilians to leave Aleppo, Peskov said. (source: AP)

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin believes that the resumption of air strikes in Syria’s Aleppo is unnecessary for now, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday.

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Putin rejects resuming the strikes in order to give the United States time to separate terrorist groups from the moderate opposition and to allow militants and civilians to leave Aleppo, Peskov said.

However, Russia reserves the right to use all of its means and force to support Syrian army, he added.