Leader Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a fairly straight-forward conversation on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in new York, said, as well as among them about the differences, said the official authorized White house Josh Ernest.
"There was an opportunity for them to be quite Frank, is fairly straightforward, there was no tension, no heat, had the opportunity to speak directly about what They are the same, there are those moments - the need for a political transition (power in Syria-ed.), the need to focus on the battle with (radical group) of the IG ( "Islamic state" ), the claim that ISIS is threatening not only the region but the world. They were also outspoken on the issue of where their views diverge, " said Ernest in a conversation the television channel MSNBC, noting that the conversation between the leaders of the country pairs was constructive.
Ernest also mentioned the important Treaty of the Russian Federation and the USA on negotiations of military couples countries avoid conflicts while potential operations in the Syrian Arab Republic.
The presidents of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama held the first evening of the week the 1st for the last 2 years bilateral meeting, during which discussed the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic and Ukraine.
The conversation, which took place on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in new York, lasted an hour and a half instead of the planned 50 minutes. Protracted dialogue did not produce a breakthrough in solving regional issues, but fixed the restore dialogue at the highest level.