The leaders will meet in New York City on Monday since both will be in town for the annual United Nations General Assembly meeting, reports Reuters.
Moscow has denied that it’s building up its presence there in order to protect its longtime ally, Syrian President Bashar Assad, saying instead it wants to help him fight the Islamic State.
During his talk with Sergey Shoygu, Carter expressed that Russia’s support for the Assad regime would be counterproductive to ending the overall violence in Syria.
“We have to talk to all of the countries that are involved”, Mr Cameron said. “They expressed their readiness to cooperate within UN-led efforts and exchanged views on how to contribute to that end,” said the European Union in a statement. Kerry, however, hinted that the U.S. may allow Assad to stay in power for the short-term until a political settlement is reached.The United States of America has warned Syria not to interfere in its air campaign. He has helped create this conflict and this migration crisis. He is one of the great recruiting sergeants for ISIL.
“Meanwhile, we see that he is attempting to steer the conversation away from Ukraine entirely”, he added.
Earnest said Monday’s meeting was called after “repeated requests from the Russians” and suggested that Russia’s economic decline, partly a result of the sanctions, was a key concern for Putin.
Mr Putin chose to contact John as a gesture of sympathy after the incident, said Mr Peskov.
But he stressed that the new peace drive can only be achieved with a new leadership.
That has prompted tough sanctions that have damaged Russia’s economy.U.S.-Russian relations deteriorated significantly after Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in March 2014.
The U.S. and Britain have faced a near impossible dilemma in trying to resolve the crisis in Syria in the last two years. “This is, ‘we’re putting a piece down on the board that our adversary has to react to.'” There are signs the Obama administration may ease its aversion to a transitional role for Assad and is willing to work with Russian Federation.
“To go further we would need parliamentary backing”.
In remarks on Thursday that followed talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, however, he said Assad could be a part of the transition process.
“Second thing, it’s an important landmark on the way to a climate change deal in Paris…” “If we wait while doing nothing then we are taking the risk of letting Daesh [Islamic State] claim the Palestinian cause as its own”, Fabius said, using the Arabic acronym for Islamic State.