Moscow suggests that the US-led coalition fighting against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria should fly joint missions with Russia in Syria, the defense minister said. “Taking such a step would help the progress of the peace settlement in Syria. Of course such measures have been agreed with the Syrian Arab Republic. Yesterday we started negotiating these measures with our colleagues in Oman and Geneva,”Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu told journalists, referring to a US center for peace negotiations based in the Jordanian capital and the city in Switzerland, where UN-backed peace negotiations are under way. “We suggest to the US… starting on May 25, joint action of the Russian Air Forces and the US-led coalition forces to plan and conduct strikes against the Al-Nusra Front, which does not support the ceasefire, as well as against convoys of arms and fighters crossing the Syrian-Turkish border,” he said. He suggested that the US and Russia should redouble their efforts to have moderate rebel groups pulled out from territories controlled by the terrorists, so that those rebels wouldn’t face Russian airstrikes. Shoigu warned that, starting from next Wednesday, Russia would feel free to use its warplanes to attack any group that failed to back the ceasefire. “Starting May 25, we reserve the right to unilaterally conduct airstrikes against forces of the international terrorist organizations and militant groups who didn’t join the truce,” the Russian minister warned. He said that conducting joint missions would help eliminate the risk of inadvertently targeting civilians.This is possibly the biggest chess move by Russia yet, for if the US led coalition and Obama are unwilling to join. It will only show the world the real mission and real colors of Obama, NATO, and US coalitions real reason of being in Syria. This move could play a key role in showing that the mission of some middle eastern countries and western nations military involvement in Syria and Iraq, is not to take out the terrorist. When Russia jets start bombing more targets in Syria, it almost wouldn't surprise us it shouldn't surprise us if we see Turkey push the buttons of Russia once again.
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