"Duel ", " skirmish ", "exchange of blows" - these words describe the foreign media meeting, Vladimir Putin and Barack Hussein Obama on the sidelines of the anniversary of the 70th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations and prior to her speech.
The main differences between 2 presidents relate to the 1st phase of the settlement of the Syrian drop.
So the magazine calls them "the game of poker around Assad. "" should Assad stay or go? As you might expect, even during their evening meetings, the first in two years, on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama are unable to come to a consensus on the future role of the Syrian dictator, " writes the German magazine.
highlights: Obama and Putin gave to understand that very quickly adhere to the opposite points of view on How to deal With the crisis in the Syrian Arab Republic and other Middle Eastern countries, and Despite the fact that each has demonstrated the preparedness to solve the problem of Shared actions, Both laid the blame for the chaos in the field at each other.
describes differences with Obama and Putin on the Syrian Arab Republic As the " exchange of blows ". The printed edition at the same time emphasizing that any agreement on the issue they are meeting each other did not come.
From the perspective of a journalist canadian edition by Mark McKinnon, the "political contradictions" that Obama and Putin showed at the conference, signalling the onset of the " age of multipolarity." Vladimir Putin made it clear to US President that North America no longer have the ability to set the rules themselves, and Obama, albeit implicitly, acknowledged.
the sharp difference in the views of Putin and Obama draws the attention of a columnist Frida GITIS. Putin and Obama played a major role in that fateful day at the UN General Assembly, Both leaders were subjected to one of the other attacks, most often thinly veiled, but fairly direct hints of certain actions of the opponent, She writes next.
in her expressions, those who believed that the two leaders thinking along the same lines in regard to Syria, were wrong." Despite some Clear common desire, the differences between them 2 sharp, bitter and dangerous, " writes GITIS.
She also drew attention to a "significant advantage" of Russia in this matter: in contrast to North America, she has a plan for the Syrian Arab Republic. Washington, however, until now confused.
correspondents underlined that during the summit in new York, Putin and Obama agreed in a verbal " duel ". In their own speeches, they showed very different points of view. The two leaders, the magazine emphasizes, played in "the insidious game of" diplomatic poker, each trying to persuade the other to their side.
"Nor two, Neither the reception Nor the meeting after he was not given the slightest hint that the two leaders somehow significantly reduce the gap