Friday, 17 July 2015

B. Obama, Pic by Washington Post

WASHINGTON DC : U.S President Barrak Obama said, "The Syrian civil war will not be resolved without the support of Iran, Russia, and other nations that are always against United States.

While addressing press conference at White House, President Obama said that they want peaceful solution of Syrian Civilian War, while limiting the terrorist group ISIS activities. 

He said, 'It’s not the job of the U.S. president to solve every problem in the Middle East".

He said that Russia is main threat to US national security but they will welcome them too, to be part of this peace mission. 
Obama recognized that Tehran “has influence in Iraq” and could be helpful in fighting ISIS, even without “formal” coordination with the U.S.
Recently UK also gave green signal for extending Operations and air strikes on ISIS.
Read About it : 

UK to launch operation and strikes on ISIS in Iraq and Syria

Obama listed three of his goals for the Middle East by the time he leaves office. 

  1. Progress in the fight against ISIS, 
  2. Stabilization of the ongoing violence in Syria  
  3. Reduction of sectarian tensions in Iraq 


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