Little who of world leaders managed to surround his address to the UN General Assembly this intrigue, as Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose performance is expected on the first day of the week, writes.
the magazine suggests that Putin will make a " huge diplomatic step ", recommending that Russian aid in the battle with grouping "Islamic state" (IG). Syria supplies of Russian military equipment was designed to complement that proposal, says FT.
review Newspapers, the resurgence of Russian activity in the Syrian Arab Republic has allowed Vladimir Putin " again to represent the Russian Federation as a player on the world stage ". And the consent of President Barack Hussein Obama to meet with Russian leader testifies that, " as if the U.S. feels about Putin's intentions, he became a figure that Washington can't ignore ", according to the publication.
"When the story is about, to catch partners off guard, Putin's Syrian gambit again demonstrated that he is a flexible tactician," writes FT.
review of the publication, the steps of Russia in the Syrian issue is quite risky, but they serve a number of purposes. Moscow wants to Express support for the Syrian President at least until then, until will not be achieved consensus about his departure. If he is overthrown, Russia will try to prevent chaos similar to the one that followed the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq or Muammar Gaddafi in Libya.
in addition, Moscow wants to retain influence in the middle East And to protect its naval base in Syrian Tartus. The fight against ISIS is important for the Russian Federation similarly, in the context of the threat of extremism and terrorism that could undermine the North Caucasus. In the battle with terrorists Moscow sees the shared desires with Washington, according to the publication.
"Putin intends, that the U.S. accepted the Russian Federation in the form of an equal player in the Syrian Arab Republic - as in the battle against ISIS and in the future political settlement ", - believes the head of the Moscow Carnegie center Dmitri Trenin.
according to some experts, in cooperation with the West, Moscow also hopes to reach agreement on the issue of Ukraine." Kiev fears that the U.S. and its mainly European allies have the opportunity to go to a consensus to stop the flow of migrants from Syria, " writes FT.