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Russia came to Syria to fight terrorists. And we are succeeding | Alexander Yakovenko

Russia’s UK ambassador offers his country’s justification for bombing Aleppo in the face of outrage from the west The novel way of diplomacy proposed by foreign secretary Boris Johnson has so far materialised in a lone gentleman with a poster outside our embassy – not something I would describe as a big diplomatic victory. But the very fact of having to resort to (non-existent) campaigners to make a point is, in my opinion, a sign of the state of Britain’s Syria policy.
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