Russia’s FM declares end of war in Syria
Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov has stated the war in Syria is “really over.” The Minister declared it in his interview with a newspaper Trud.
“The war in Syria is really over. The country is gradually getting back to its normal, peaceful life,” Lavrov said, having added that the hotbed of tension only remains in the territory that can not be controlled by the Syrian government: in a city of Idlib and near the Euphrates’ Eastern coast.
The head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the priority tasks are provision of humanitarian assistance and support of a political process of handling of the Syrian crisis for stabilization of the situation in the country and the region.
Earlier, the RF Ministry of Defense said the news on military strike by Russian warcraft in the de-escalation zone in Ildib had been faked.
In September, Russian military men delivered more than 2 tones of humanitarian assistance to citizens of Nava in Syria’s Daraa. In late July, Alikhbaria Syria TV-channel reported that the Israeli army mad an attack on Telkhara located in the same province.