Vladimir Putin's speech during the 70th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations on the First day of the week in which the Russian President tried to persuade other countries to join the coalition against grouping " Islamic state ", has demonstrated the separation of the European leaders in their positions on the Syrian Arab Republic and Russia, writes.
It is proved by recent statements of the head of the Foreign Ministry of France Laurent Fabius and the Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi, the journal emphasizes. 1st Putin has subjected to criticism the second, on the contrary, tried to persuade Western leaders to recognize the Central role of Russia in regard to the fight against " Islamic state ".
Fabius, for example, was subjected to a charge Moscow of inaction in relation to ISIS, saying the international community has long fought with the "Islamic state" and Russia, according to his statement, until now no action has been taken against the terrorists.
Renzi, for his part, in an interview with Bloomberg demonstrated "literally in a different mood" in relation to Russia and its role on the international arena.
"Russia is a great country with great history and great future. It is a mistake to imagine a future without Russia