Russia is ready to extend the cease-fire in Aleppo to the increase of gangs, said the head of the country Vladimir Putin on the results of talks in Berlin.
"We have informed on intention of the Russian side to extend the extent may be based on real current situation within, pause in the air strikes (in Aleppo) ", - quotes its words news Agency.
"We are ready to do it until, until will not be faced with the intensification of armed groups entrenched in Aleppo," - said Putin." We expect that the joint partners, most importantly the us, will do what they promised now, for the breeding of terrorists "Dzhebhat-EN-Nusra" and others like them, such as terrorist organizations, the so-called healthy part of the opposition that we can understand how We could work together to continue the common work, " - concluded the head of the country." I once again reminded our colleagues about the fact that in this way Russia proposes to intensify work on the creation and adoption of a new Constitution on the basis of which it would be possible to hold preliminary elections and to achieve coordination of positions beforehand between all conflict parties ", - told the President of Russia. Putin said that this process must be attracted by all involved countries in the region. On Wednesday, Putin arrived in Berlin to meet with the leaders of " Norman Quartet." The German press called the sensation of the visit of the Russian leader in Berlin. The dialogues were initiated on the same day in the evening and lasted more than five hours. Before the Quartet meeting, the leaders of Germany, France and Ukraine met at the Ukrainian settlement. After the meeting, "Norman Quartet" leaders of Russia, Germany and France began negotiations on the Syrian Arab Republic. In addition, on Wednesday held a telephone conversation of the Russian President with President of Syria Bashar al-Assad. The print edition OPINION pointed out that Germany and France insisted on a meeting with the head of the Russian Federation from Syria, and not because of the Ukrainian issue.