Russian President Putin Condemns Presence Of U.S. And Turkish Troops In Syria


RT: Western armies ‘illegal’ presence in Syria undermining hopes for peace in region, Putin says in surprise Moscow meeting with Assad 

An illegal occupation by Western troops is hampering the consolidation of Syria despite it being mostly freed from terrorists, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said during a meeting with his Syrian counterpart, Bashar Assad. 

The surprise exchange took place at the Kremlin on Monday, but the visit was only publicly revealed on Tuesday morning. 

It was the Syrian leader’s first foreign trip since 2019, when he travelled to Iran.  

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