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Russia sends ships, aircraft and forces to Syria: U.S. officials
Russia has sent two tank landing ships and additional aircraft to Syria in the past day or so and has deployed a small number of forces there, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, in the latest signs of a military buildup that has put Washington on edge.
The two U.S. officials, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity, said the intent of Russia’s military moves in Syria remained unclear.
U.S. officials have not ruled out the possibility that Moscow may be laying the groundwork for an air combat role in Syria’s conflict to bolster Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Assad, a longtime Russian ally, has seen the area he controls whittled down to a fifth or less of Syria’s territory after more than four years of grinding civil war.
An official with the Russian defense ministry declined to comment.
A traditional arms supplier to Damascus, Moscow has supported Assad throughout the war that has fractured Syria and has said it strongly opposes Islamic State, a militant group that is also the target of a U.S.-led air campaign.
One of the U.S. officials said initial indications suggested the focus was on preparing an airfield near the port city of Latakia, a stronghold of Assad.
Russian delivery of weapons to Syria cripples Turkey’s hopes of toppling Assad
The recent Russian military buildup in Syria to back the Syrian government against rebels in the civil war is like the kiss of death for Turkey‘s dream to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad by supporting the rebels.
Russia’s delivery of advanced weapons, alleged construction by Russia of an air base and a naval base near Latakia sent ripples of anxiety throughout Ankara.
“The Russian and Iranian support to [Syrian President Bashar al-]Assad deals a heavy blow to Turkey’s policy aimed at getting rid of Assad,” Faruk Loğoğlu, a former ambassador, told Sunday’s Zaman.
Top Russian officials admitted in the past week to a military transfer of weapons and servicemen to Syria, while they defended their position, saying Russia is helping Assad in his fight against terrorism.
Russian President Vladimir Putin was quoted by the Associated Press as saying in a speech in Tajikistan early in the week, “We are supporting the government of Syria in the fight against terrorist aggression, are offering and will continue to offer it necessary military-technical assistance.”
Calling on other nations to also offer support to the Syrian government, Putin reportedly added in televised remarks, “Without an active participation of the Syrian authorities and the military, it would be impossible to expel the terrorists from that country and the region as a whole, and to protect the multi-ethnic and multi-confessional Syrian people from destruction.”
According to Loğoğlu, who occupied top posts in the Turkish Foreign Ministry before leaving the ministry in 2006, Russia is making by this move its military and strategic presence in Syria lasting and important.
Turkish officials admitted earlier to having supported some of the groups fighting to overthrow the current Syrian regime.
But Russia’s determination to stand by Assad, who had before the civil war in Syria close ties with Turkish officials like President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, is to constitute a major obstacle before Turkish officials’ ambitions about getting rid of Assad at all cost.
“It’s not all that realistic, nor was it so even earlier, to expect Assad to fall when Russia is strongly behind him,” Deniz Bölükbaşı, a former ambassador who also held important posts in the Foreign Ministry, told Sunday’s Zaman. READ MORE
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu departs on a lightning visit to Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Russia’s new military presence in Syria • New satellite images show four Sukhoi fighter jets parked at airport near Latakia.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu departed Monday morning on a lightning visit to Moscow, where he was scheduled to hold a three-hour meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin before returning to Israel in the evening.
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The focus of the meeting was expected to be Russia’s deployment of military forces in Syria.
Last week, an Israeli official said Netanyahu would present to Putin “the threats to Israel emanating from the increased flow of advanced weaponry to the Syrian arena and from the transfer of lethal weaponry to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.”
Netanyahu was expected to tell Putin that Israel will not accept any limits on its freedom to operate in Syria. In recent years, foreign media outlets have reported a number of Israeli airstrikes in Syria that were mean to prevent the transfer of weaponry from the Assad regime to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.
Israel wants to avoid any friction with Russian forces on the ground in Syria. If Russian soldiers were accidentally hit in any Israeli strikes in Syria, this could cause a crisis in the Israel-Russia relationship
Israel wants to avoid any friction with Russian forces on the ground in Syria. If Russian soldiers were accidentally hit in any Israeli strikes in Syria, this could cause a crisis in the Israel-Russia relationship.
On the issue of Russia’s military presence in Syria, the Israeli government is in coordination with the American government. The U.S. is also engaged in a dialogue with Russia about its military presence in Syria.
Other officials taking part in the Netanyahu-Putin meeting will be IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot and Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi, head of the Military Intelligence Directorate. The participation of military officials in a diplomatic meeting between two heads of state is unusual. Their presence emphasizes the importance Israel places on avoiding a confrontation with Russian military forces in Syria.
Netanyahu’s entourage to Moscow also includes National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen, Military Secretary Brig. Gen. Eliezer Toledano and the prime minister’s media adviser, Boaz Stembler. Unlike on most of the prime minister’s trips abroad, no journalists are accompanying him during the Moscow visit. READ MORE
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