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Shoigu prevention of impact on Syria

Tineric
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8/16/2016 5:25:58 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
Russia's actions prevented a NATO strike on Syria, hundreds of cruise missiles, Defense Minister of Russia Sergei Shoigu told on Russia 24 Channel.

"The situation in Syria was changing, and when you ask yourself a question: what would have happened if our president has failed to embody the idea to destroy chemical weapons," - said Shoigu. He added that as he knew, there have been 624 rockets ready to launch for Syria.

According to him, it would be extremely difficult to restore the state structure in Syria after such big shock.

In 2013, chemical weapons were used in Syria in fighting. In particular, in August in Eastern Guta (Damascus suburb) victims of nerve gas became from 280 to 1700 thousand people, according to TASS. These events prompted the countries of the West, primarily the United States and France, and Saudi Arabia to the question of strikes on Syria.

Thanks to the diplomatic efforts of Russia, foreign intervention was avoided and an agreement with the Government of the Syrian Arab Republic on the destruction of chemical weapons stockpiles was reached. In September 2013, Syria joined the Chemical Weapons Convention, and became a member of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
brontoraptor
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8/16/2016 1:18:55 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/16/2016 5:25:58 AM, Tineric wrote:
Russia's actions prevented a NATO strike on Syria, hundreds of cruise missiles, Defense Minister of Russia Sergei Shoigu told on Russia 24 Channel.

"The situation in Syria was changing, and when you ask yourself a question: what would have happened if our president has failed to embody the idea to destroy chemical weapons," - said Shoigu. He added that as he knew, there have been 624 rockets ready to launch for Syria.

According to him, it would be extremely difficult to restore the state structure in Syria after such big shock.

In 2013, chemical weapons were used in Syria in fighting. In particular, in August in Eastern Guta (Damascus suburb) victims of nerve gas became from 280 to 1700 thousand people, according to TASS. These events prompted the countries of the West, primarily the United States and France, and Saudi Arabia to the question of strikes on Syria.

Thanks to the diplomatic efforts of Russia, foreign intervention was avoided and an agreement with the Government of the Syrian Arab Republic on the destruction of chemical weapons stockpiles was reached. In September 2013, Syria joined the Chemical Weapons Convention, and became a member of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).

The Saudis, "our good friends"(behind 9/11 genocider of non Muslims and churches and terrorism worldwide) is the king of stirring up and causing chaos and then pointing out the "intollerance", military attacks, and felacious dealings of others(despite dealing death penalties by beheading to nonMuslims found in Mecca). If Iran drops a bomb on them, which they have threstened to do, I'd laugh.
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