Obama - Russian bombing won't bring peace in Syria

USA President Barack Obama warned tonight Russia to a peaceful solution to the conflict in Syria can not be achieved "bombs" and said that Russian support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "doomed to failure".

Negotiations between Russia and the US on the avoidance of incidents on the Syrian sky during separate air strikes so far have failed.


Sources close to the Pentagon announced two days ago that an agreement on the issue could be reached in the coming days. Russia from September 30 bombing the positions of the Islamic state in Syria, as well as the international coalition led by the United States, which unfortunately the same objectives over a year.

However, Obama said he has "no rapprochement" on the strategy in Syria between Washington and Moscow.


- Bombs can not be achieved peacefully resolving the conflict in Syria - Obama said at a news conference at the White House, while Russia in recent days intensified airstrikes in Syria against ISIS / ISIL.

An unnamed US official said earlier today that about 2,000 Iranian soldiers found in Aleppo, and that with the support of Russia and the Syrian army fighting against a group of Syrian rebels, supported by the United States.

More than 250,000 people were killed in the civil war in Syria since 2011, announced today the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. They say that crisis is far from over, and that more than 2 million people left Syria because of war, terrorists, famine etc.