Call for Intervention in Syria ‘Political Emotion’

Statements about possible military intervention in Syria are a manifestation of political emotions, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s first deputy head Andrei Denisov said on Wednesday.

“The question of internal interference – this is a reflection of political emotion, rather than analysis and a calculated approach. The question that always arises in such situations is – what next?” he said, when asked by journalists about the French president’s comments that military force in Syria could not be ruled out.

“The Russian position is not formed on the basis of emotions, which unfortunately have not escaped our respected French partners in the formulation of their position,” he said.


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