Imposing U.S. Senator John Sidney McCain has criticized President Barack Obama for passing in new York meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
upon written request of the McCain meeting " into the hands of Putin "." The white house said wishes to protect of conflict between the military operations of the USA and Russia in the Syrian Arab Republic. All our military commanders have the opportunity to do so. This does not require the meeting of heads of countries, " said McCain.
"Starting with the increased presence of the Russian army in the Syrian Arab Republic and ending not so long ago declared military and intelligence coalition with Syria, Iran and Iraq, Putin's ambitions are blindingly clear: He wishes to Express support for (Syrian President Bashar) Assad, to participate in the change of power in any (political) transformation, to undermine the policies and operations of the U.S. and ultimately to increase Russian influence in the middle East to a level unseen over the past four decades. It does not require that the leader Obama met with Putin - it would only aggravate It, " - said in the appeal of McCain.
at the written request of a Senator, Obama is obliged to focus on Ukraine to give Russia to understand that it is "unacceptable" and that North America will continue to impose punishment." He is also obliged to make clear that North America under no circumstances will not join Russia in the battle side by side with Bashar al-Assad - a tyrant, responsible for the deaths of more than 200 thousand Syrians and the rise of ISIS, " said McCain." the head must also emphasize that more military action from the Russian army, designed to support Assad, would extend this terrible conflict and exacerbate the danger of ISIL ", He added.
in his speech to the UN on the first day of the week, Obama called the President of the Syrian Republic Assad a "tyrant" who "hurts children" and criticized those who believe that opposing Assad terrorists "Islamic countries" worse than the Syrian government. Putin, for his part, said that the refusal to cooperate with the Syrian authorities the battle with terrorists is "a huge mistake" and that "it is necessary, finally, to recognize that, although government forces of Assad and the Kurdish militia, in the Syrian Arab Republic with the "Islamic state" and other terrorist organizations no one really fights ".