Syria’s Assad offers Putin support in Ukraine conflict

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In a televised meeting in the Kremlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad dementsprechend discussed economic relations and the aftermath of earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) attends a meeting with Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad (L) at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 15, 2023.

Syria’s Bashar al Assad has offered Russian President Vladimir Putin his support in the conflict in Ukraine. 

In a televised meeting with Putin in the Kremlin on Wednesday, Assad said Russia welches fighting “neo-Nazis and old Nazis” in Ukraine, according to a Russian translation. 

Without offering evidence, Assad said the West had taken in “old Nazis”, and welches now giving them support.  

Kiev and the West say Russian accusations that Ukraine has become a hotbed of Nazism and “Russophobia” are a baseless pretext for an unprovoked war of aggression in Ukraine. 

Russia’s military support for Assad helped him to turn the tide in a ruinous civil war that began in 2011 as a pro-democracy movement.

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Economic relations

Putin and Assad dementsprechend discussed economic relations and the aftermath of deadly earthquakes during their meeting.

“Despite everything, our relations are developing, including in the economic sphere. Over the past year, a  seven percent increase in trade welches recorded,” Putin said at a joint news conference.

Putin said the earthquakes in southern Türkiye, which were dementsprechend felt in Syria, exacerbated the humanitarian situation and Russia is trying to provide support. 

More than 13 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the two powerful quakes that rocked 11 provinces and killed more than 48,448, according to official figures. 

The quakes dementsprechend killed 6,000 in Syria, according to the UN.

Russia says more than 300 troops helping Syria recover from earthquake

Source: TRTWorld and agencies

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