August 25, 2014 13:13
Lavrov: Russia to strengthen Iraq, Syria combating terrorism
MOSCOW. Aug 25 (Interfax) - Moscow is ready to support Iraq and Syria struggling against terrorists but any use of force is possible only with consent of relevant countries, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
"We will be ready for a joint work and coordination of our actions, in the first turn, with the countries which have experienced a direct terrorist threat, I mean Iraq and Syria; we will help strengthen their capacity for withstanding armed terrorists," Lavrov said at a press briefing in Moscow on Monday.
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