Russia's attempt to become a Central player in resolving the Syrian civil war lays bare the political divisions among European governments on issues of Syria and relations with Moscow.
The Russian President Vladimir Putin seized the initiative in the UN General Assembly on the first day of the week, calling on other peoples to connect to the international coalition to win the victory of the Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant, also known as ISIS. He also tried to convince Western countries to Express support for the legitimate government of Assad, said the financial times.
Fighting in Eastern Ukraine has calmed down now and despite some political anxiety due to this conflict, Putin's intervention in the events in the Syrian Arab Republic contrast was welcomed by the European governments. Laurent Fabius, French foreign Minister tried to convince the President of the Russian Federation to Express support for his rhetoric about the concern of the IG military action. Over the past month Russia has sent fighter jets and weapons for new air base in North-Western Syria But has not yet begun any operations. France has begun conducting air strikes in Syria against ISIS this week. However, Renzi Prime Minister of Italy - were in a very different tone towards the Russian President, arguing that Western leaders must accept the Central role of Russia (in solving the Syrian problem ? approx. OPINION). In the Bloomberg interview He declared that Russia's participation in international efforts "absolutely necessary" to end the Syrian war." Russia is a great country, with great history and a great future, He said.-To imagine a future without Russia ? this is a big mistake ". Rienzi was among those European leaders who in the least degree supported the continuation of EU sanctions relative to Russia in connection with the conflict in Ukraine. D. Cameron, Prime Minister of great Britain, said that Assad may be, will have the opportunity to play a role in the transition to the new power ? as stated by the magazine, the Cameroon's position coincides with the position of the Obama administration on this issue in recent days. But He insisted that Assad cannot stay in power. The head of the British foreign office Philip Hammond said that "the Syrian Arab Republic shall be exempt from the" 2 evils ? the bloody Assad regime and the brutality of ISIS ".