US and Russia to Meet in New York on Friday to Pass UN Resolution over Syria Peace
The United States and Russia urged all world powers to join the meeting in New York on Friday to approve a United Nation resolution over the Syria peace process.
The decision was taken between a meeting among the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov and President Vladimir Putin as well US Secretary of State John Kerry in Capital of Russia.
Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs described that both sides will continue its working on controversial problems, like the opposition delegation’s make-up.
However, John Kerry told United States and Russia had reached some agreement regarding to fight with militant organizations.
The Russian military rained down bombardment in September in Syria to support Bashar al-Assad regime, while the air campaign was launched to target the jihadists belonging to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant organization. On the other hand, militants claimed that the air strikes mainly attacked Western-backed fighters groups.
Lavrov told the aim of the meeting which to be occurred in New York on Friday, to pass the United Nation resolution as well repeat the principles of the peace process that was agreed in Vienna previous month.
The United Sates Secretary of State took off to capital of Russia consulting with Lavrov and Vladimir Putin over strategies to end the Syrian issue.
John Kerry said President Putin that Russia and US have the powers to resolve the Syrian issue as well can remove the hold of Islamic State in Syria.
Nevertheless, the Syrian government forces have refused receiving any support from the Russian military, while the Putin and US Secretary of State, both don’t want interference of anyone in their strategies even never allow the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s role in any transition.
On the other hand, US want him to withdraw, whereas Russia believes that Syrian have the right to elect the accurate way for them.