Russia and Britain have roughly identical views on some elements of a Syrian predicament and will work together to find probable solutions to a conflict, Russian President Vladimir Putin pronounced on Thursday after talks with his British reflection David Cameron in London.
“We have forked out that there are some points [related to a conditions in Syria] that we value roughly identically,” Putin said.
“We concluded that we will hunt for ways to solve this problem together and give an additional procedure to a unfamiliar ministries to work together to find excusable solutions,” he added.
Putin is one a one-day revisit to London to accommodate with Cameron and watch partial of a Olympics.
Cameron pronounced there were differences between a British and Russian positions on Syria, though both London and Moscow concluded that they wanted assent and fortitude to be easy in Syria.
The comments came as a Russian Foreign Ministry pronounced on Thursday it would not support a breeze fortitude introduced to a United Nations General Assembly by a organisation of Arab countries.
The method called a request “one-sided and unbalanced,” observant that it blames a ongoing carnage in Syria usually on a Syrian government, therefore enlivening rebels to continue their quarrel opposite infantry constant to President Bashar al-Assad.
Moscow insists that both a supervision and antithesis fighters are obliged for a assault that has already claimed adult to 20,000 lives, according to Syrian activists.
The Russian method pronounced a due breeze fortitude “intrudes into a UN Security Council’s prerogatives, that is opposite a supplies of a UN Charter.”
The Russian method reiterated a support for a assent devise due by a UN and Arab League attach� Kofi Annan and decisions worked out during a Syria Action Group assembly in Geneva in June.
Russia and China have vetoed 3 Western-backed UN Security Council resolutions opposite Assad fearing a exercise of “the Libyan scenario” in Syria.