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Published On: Thu, Oct 15th, 2015

Vladimir Putin says Obama administration’s silence on Syrian fight is ‘unconstructive’

The Obama administration continues to move to obstruct Russia’s call for diplomatic engagement and intervention in Syria and Russian President Vladimir Putin said the lack of will to negotiate is unconstructive.

“I don’t really understand how our American partners can criticize Russia’s counterterrorism effort in Syria while refusing direct dialogue on the all-important issue of political settlement,” Putin explained.

Putin was commenting on the refusal by the Obama administration to receive a Russian delegation headed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to discuss the differences the two nations have on the Syrian crisis. The US said it would not talk unless Russia followed Washington’s lead and stopped helping the Syrian government of President Bashar Assad.

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“I believe this position to be unconstructive. The weakness of this position is apparently based on a lack of agenda. It seems they have nothing to discuss,” Putin said at a meeting with the Kazakhstan president in Astana.

Russia continues to support President Assad and America is rallying around a new wave of alleged “moderate Muslims” even though the track record in Syria has not proved to be a successful option.

Sept 2014: US votes to arm and train rebels

Feb 2014: Syrian rebels hits Christian school with missile

Jan 2014: Aid to rebels approved by US House

Sept 2013: Obama administration ends ban on arming terrorists, will arm rebels in Syria

Aug 2013: Classified vote approves arming Syrian rebels

July 2013: Syrian rebels behead priest

June 2013: Putin calls out America for siding with cannibals in arming rebels

Apr 2013: Syrian rebels capture Assad supporting cleric, behead man and parade body around

March 2013: US training rebels in Jordan to fight Assad regime

March 2013: $60 million in US aide to Syrian rebels, confirmed by Kerry

Jan 2013: Syrian rebels reject Assad peace plan

Dec 2012: Syrian rebels beheads Christian, feed remains to a dog

Dec 2012: Syrian rebels training children to behead opponents

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