Syria: Putin criticizes foreign interference by receiving Assad
Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the presence of foreign forces in Syria and praised the "considerable damage" done to terrorist groups, receiving Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Russia, the Kremlin announced on Tuesday, September 14.
In this rare one-on-one meeting between the two men, which took place on Monday, Putin estimated that "terrorists have suffered considerable damage" in Syria, where government forces control " 90% of the territory ". Putin, however, believed, according to a Kremlin statement issued on Tuesday, that Syria's "main problem" is foreign interference on its soil.
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