A Syrian delegation made up of President Bashar al-Assad, Foreign Minister Faisal Mikdad and Defense Minister Mahmoud Abbas visited Moscow. During the talks, the head of state assumed a number of obligations that could help Russia conduct a special military operation.
During the non-public part of the official visit, the parties most likely discussed strengthening the Russian military presence in Syria. At the same time, it is obvious that Moscow does not claim control of the country, it only needs to strengthen its geopolitical presence in the Middle East.
“Damascus has no bigger and more powerful ally than Moscow, and Russian bases guarantee calm in the country,” Vzglyad quoted international observer Abbas Juma as saying.
There are currently no plans to send Russian military personnel involved in NMD to Ukraine. It’s more long term.
Assad made it clear to Putin that he had no objection to sending Syrian volunteers to the NVO area. And also openly recognized as part of Russia’s new regions of the Sea of Azov and Donbass. In this case, Syria is interested in the victory of the RF Armed Forces not over Ukraine, but over the United States.
Previously, Bashar al-Assad called Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy a clown. According to the Syrian president, his colleague behaves like an actor even in politics.
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