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/16.09.09/.- The FAES Foundation analyst and expert on international affairs, Mira Milosevich, claimes in the last FAES Analysis that "since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War, Russia has not changed its objectives of national security or foreign policy". "Putin thinks that if Syria becomes a failed state, it will be an extraordinary opportunity to increase Russia’s presence and influence in the region", points out. In her opinion, "its main objective is the fight against the Islamic State, to prevent their spreading to the Caucasus, as their territorial security depends on this".

Prensa Why is Russia Getting Involved in the Conflict in Syria?

Satellite imagery (published by Stratfor) revealing that Russia is building an operating base in the Bashar al-Assad airport in Latakia, and increased military support to the Syrian regime, are evidence that Russia is ready to defend its interests in the area. Once again, Western politicians have misinterpreted Russia's strategy, as Moscow’s contacts both with the Syrian opposition and with the USA, France, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt and Qatar, had led them to infer that Russia would withdraw its support to the weakened dictatorship of al-Assad. President Obama, in speeches delivered on July 6 and 14, said that "Russia may play a positive role in Syria." But the US’ recent request to Greece and Bulgaria –to prohibit the use of their airspace to Russian airplanes...

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Prensa ANALYSISWhy is Russia Getting Involved in the Conflict in Syria?, by Mira Milosevich

09.16.2015.  The FAES Foundation analyst and expert on international affairs, Mira Milosevich, claimes in the last FAES Analysis that "since the beginning of the Syrian Civil War, Russia has not changed its objectives of national security or foreign policy". "Putin thinks that if Syria becomes a failed state, it will be an extraordinary opportunity to increase Russia’s presence and influence in the region", points out. In her opinion, "its main objective is the fight against the Islamic State, to prevent their spreading to the Caucasus, as their territorial security depends on this".

Prensa Why is Russia Getting Involved in the Conflict in Syria?

09.14.2015. Satellite imagery (published by Stratfor) revealing that Russia is building an operating base in the Bashar al-Assad airport in Latakia, and increased military support to the Syrian regime, are evidence that Russia is ready to defend its interests in the area. Once again, Western politicians have misinterpreted Russia's strategy, as Moscow’s contacts both with the Syrian opposition and with the USA, France, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt and Qatar, had led them to infer that Russia would withdraw its support to the weakened dictatorship of al-Assad. President Obama, in speeches delivered on July 6 and 14, said that "Russia may play a positive role in Syria." But the US’ recent request to Greece and Bulgaria –to prohibit the use of their airspace to Russian airplanes...

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