segunda-feira, 15 de fevereiro de 2016

Obama and Putin strengthen cooperation in Syria

The promise of a stronger cooperation to give peace a chance in Syria. The Presidents of the United States, Barack Obama, and of Russia, Vladimir Putin, agreed to strengthen cooperation and establish other to achieve the implementation of the ceasefire agreed on Friday in Munich.

The Kremlin announced that telephone conversations were positive and focused on the suspension of the fighting and humanitarian issues.

The pause in hostilities should happen at the end of the week but the opposition Syria considers that the pro-Government attacks have intensified in recent days.

"What we see on the ground are more crimes, two days ago we see more aerial bombardment s, we see more barrel pumps in Syrian towns as al Ghouta, Dharaya. The siege on Madaya still ", denounced Salem al-Meslet, spokesman of the High Committee for the negotiations.

Some members of the rebels, backed by the United States, are critical of the ceasefire agreement, because they consider that only allows prolonging the Russian attacks.

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