Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied that Russia has any special interests in Syria.
“It is a mistake to consider that Russia has some special interests [in Syria],” Putin told reporters after a assembly with his French reflection Francois Hollande in Paris on Friday.
Putin avoided directly responding a doubt what he would do if he was asked to accept Syrian President Bashar Assad and his family.
“As regards a assembly with Mr. Assad, we can contend that he visited Paris some-more mostly than Moscow, so let’s demeanour during a problem from this side,” he said.
The Russian boss stressed that a pivotal charge is to forestall a conditions from going out of control and stop bloodshed.
Over 9,000 people have been killed in clashes between a supervision and antithesis army in Syria given a start of a overthrow opposite a Assad regime, according to UN estimates.
Russia and China have twice vetoed UN Security Council resolutions over what Moscow called a pro-rebel disposition given a start of a overthrow opposite Assad, though have upheld UN special attach� Kofi Annan’s assent plan. Moscow insists that both a supervision and “armed militant gangs” handling in Syria should be hold obliged for a unrest.
French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday pronounced on TV that he did not order out troops involvement in Syria if authorized by a UN Security Council.
Over 100 people, including dozens of children and women, were killed in Houla in Homs province, in a May 25-26 conflict that was one of a deadliest singular events given a uprising opposite Assad began in Mar 2011.
Putin also told reporters on Friday that Russia’s aim is to “reconcile all sides to a conflict” to foster “a domestic resolution to a problem.”
According to a UN, a six-point devise put brazen by Annan in Mar calls for an finish to assault and entrance for charitable agencies to Syria. It also says detainees should be released, thorough domestic discourse started with comment for a aspirations of a Syrian people, and unlimited entrance of general media to a nation ensured.