english.ruvr.ru – West considers Russia’s stance on Syria more after talks with Hollande in Moscow – Kremlin aide
International partners have considered Russia’s stance on the settlement in Syria more after the visit of French President Francois Hollande to Russia, Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov said.
”It seems to me that after the visit of the French President, international efforts to find a compromise [regarding Syria] intensified, in particular with more consideration of the Russian views and Russian positions, as we see it,” Ushakov told reporters at a briefing in Moscow on the eve of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visits to Germany and the Netherlands.
At the same time, ”there are no concrete ways out from the existing situation yet,” Ushakov said.
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