Russia commented on the US airstrikes on Idlib

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — State Duma deputy Anton Morozov commented on the US strike on the de-escalation zone in Idlib, which the United States dealt without notice to the Russian and Turkish sides.

Earlier, the Center for Reconciliation in Syria said that an American air strike on the Idlib de-escalation zone caused numerous casualties and destruction. The attack was in violation of all previous agreements, since the United States did not communicate its intentions to Russia and Turkey.

In Washington, they said that the “control post of the al-Qaeda group in Syria”, which allegedly threatened the safety of American citizens, was destroyed as a result of the strike.

“This act once again shows that Washington is not interested in stabilizing the situation in Syria and the Middle East as a whole,” Morozov said in a comment to RT.

According to the deputy, the United States hopes to maintain a hotbed of tension in the Middle East in order to subsequently derive political dividends from this.


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