The President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the head of the British government Cameron D. has not discussed the Issue of participation of the United Kingdom in the battle with the "Islamic state" in the Syrian Arab Republic, addressed the prospects of a political settlement, said the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.
"No, no ", - said Sands, answering the Question, is it possible to summarize that at the meeting with the Prime Minister of great Britain discussed common action in the Syrian Arab Republic." Question any British participation was not discussed at all in any way, and in General discussed the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic and the prospects for a political settlement, "He added, RIA" Novosti ".
He Also said that Putin and Cameron concluded that the alternative to cooperation in the battle with IG No." Was discussed in detail the fight against crime, the fight against ISIL and noted the need for cooperation in this field, understanding the inevitability of multilateral cooperation in combating crime, " - said Peskov. He said that Cameron expressed condolences over the crash of Russian airliner over the Sinai, the head of the Russian Federation expressed gratitude for the provided data on the crashed A321 and I noticed that so far No final results of the investigation, but they can wait in the near future." the Syrian Arab Republic is very much debated, Also the Minsk process in Ukraine appeared, and Also raised the topic of relations Moscow-Brussels in terms of the entry into force of the Ukrainian-EU Treaty on unity ", - said Peskov. Before the first day of the week the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the head of the British government Cameron D. during the meeting on the sidelines of G20 summit in Turkey spoke about the need to fight crime together. Cameron also told about the intention to sign up to the MPs asking about the necessity of air strikes on positions of the terrorist group "Islamic state" in the Syrian Arab Republic. November 3 it was stated that the labour party in the UK did not lend support to Prime Minister David Cameron plans to make strikes against the "Islamic country" in the Syrian Arab Republic.