Without Russia failed to reach agreement on Iran's nuclear program, said the head of Barack Obama.
"Russia helped, writes the news Agency referring to the new York times.- I'll be honest with you. Taking Into account what disagreements we have now with Russia over Ukraine, I wasn't sure whether It would be supported "." I was surprised how (President Vladimir) Putin And the Cabinet of Ministers of Russia has shared This (these two issues - Iran And Ukraine), And We not only reached this agreement, unless the readiness of Russia to work together with us And other members of the " six " in order to achieve a good contract."" We don't evaluate This agreement on whether there will be regime change in Iran. We do not appreciate it, will We be able to solve all the problems related to Iran. We evaluate it by the fact that Iran will not be able to get nuclear weapons, "- said the American leader, RIA "Novosti" Obama has noticed that this approach was " the original intent of the negotiations, And the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu "." This has always been a topic of discussion. And I have the opportunity to speak, And, I believe, We can assure you, because This is the most precise method, which Iran will not be able to get nuclear weapons ", — said the head.
He believes in "full interaction world brotherhood" And also expressed the hope that it will turn out to defend " a new war in the middle East." I was encouraged by the fact that Putin called me a few weeks ago And initiated a conversation on the Syrian Arab Republic ", - said Obama. The American leader has suggested that the Russian authorities " understand that the regime (of Syrian President Bashar) Assad loses power due to an increasing separation of Syria And the prospects (Sunni jihadist) coup or eliminating the Syrian regime is not imminent, but is becoming a more serious threat."" This gave us an opportunity to have a serious discussion with them, " Obama said. On Tuesday, Iran And " six " of international mediators reached a historic agreement on the nuclear issue, after 10 years of negotiations.