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Club Z - Bulgaria | Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Moscow's mission increasing Syria's suffering

Moscow's mission in Syria will become even more resolute after Turkey's downing of a Russian fighter jet, the news website Club Z predicts: "Putin will be even more brazen in his support for Assad's regime. At a joint press conference with his Syrian counterpart Walid al-Muallim, [Russian Foreign Minister] Lavrov already made Russia's support for the Syrian regime clearer than ever. … How will Nato react to Russia's monopoly in the Syria conflict? Will Washington's reaction remain confined to disputing the Russian version of the fighter jet's downing? How far are Washington and its allies willing to let Russia's involvement in the Syrian swamp go? It's hard to tell how the situation will pan out, but one thing's for sure: the Syrian people will suffer more than they already have in the last four years."

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