Obama - Putin won't be able to bring peace in Syria and save Bashar Al Assad

Usa president Barack Obama says today on press conference his view on situation in Syria and region. He also says that he think that campain against ISIS / ISIL will last much more longer, and that Russian airstrikes and bombing won't change anything.

Meanwhile, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad arrived in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on a joint military campaign against Islamist militants and terrorists in Syria, announced today the Kremlin.


- Syrian President Bashar al-Assad arrived yesterday for a working visit to Moscow and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin - told reporters the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

Bashar al-Assad thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin to launch air strikes against Islamist militants in Syria.

It is believed that this was Assad's first trip abroad since the beginning of the crisis in Syria in 2011. Before Moscow, he send ministers in Iran and Iraq. The visit to Moscow was followed by three weeks after Russia on 30 September launched air strikes against Islamist militants in Syria.


"First of all, I want to thank the entire leadership of the Russian Federation for the assistance provided by Syria," Assad said Putin, according to a transcript published by the Kremlin.

Assad said that "terrorism swallowed a much larger area and spread to much larger area" that there was no Russian actions and decisions of the Russian leadership.

Putin praised the Syrian people because they defied the militants' almost completely alone, "adding that the Syrian army has made significant achievements in the recent battles.

"We are ready to do what we can, not only in the form of military action against terrorism in Syria, but also in the political process," Putin said, quoted by "Sputnik".

The Russian president said that Russia is concerned that at least 4,000 people from the former Soviet Union fighting on the side of terrorist groups in Syria.

"The Syrian people are practically I opposed and fought against international terrorism in recent years. He suffered heavy losses, but has recently achieved a serious, positive results in this fight," said Putin.

Putin and Assad discussed in private, and the topics were the fight against "terrorist groups and the continuation of Russian air strikes in Syria."

"The conversation lasted quite long, and the questions that have been discussed are clarified," said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow.

Russia launches operation of air strikes against terrorists in Syria on 30 September at the request of the Syrian authorities.