White house statement and details of the visit Tillerson in the Russian Federation. Five things you might oversleep

Five things you could have slept:

1. Russia’s position on Syria has not found support in the world, the country was in political isolation on this issue. This was stated by White house spokesman Sean Spicer. “Russia is on the island, when it comes to support Syria,” said Spicer. He added that in the specific case there is no doubt that Russia is isolated because she has joined such countries as North Korea, Syria and Iran. Read more→

2. The US does not plan to launch a military operation in Syria, the aftermath of a missile strike on the airbase in HOMS. This was stated by the President of the United States Donald trump. “We are not going to Syria,” he said. Read more→

3. State Department spokesman Robert Hammond called the question of U.S. Secretary of state in the G7 Rex Tillerson on why the American taxpayer to support Ukraine, “a rhetorical technique.” They say, in fact, Tillerson said that the US and Europe should not lift sanctions against Russia. Recall that U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson at the meeting of the foreign Ministers of the group of seven most developed countries have asked European colleagues, why the American voters need to worry about the conflict in Ukraine. Read more→

4. Of the Russian Federation, which acts as the patron of the Assad regime, helping him to hide the facts of use of chemical weapons against civilians in Syria. This was discussed during a briefing of senior White house officials. “We have information that confirms that the staff associated with the programme of chemical weapons (in Syria – ed.) was at the airport shirt at the end of March by preparing for this attack,” said one of the officials. Read more→

5. U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson arrived in Moscow with summit colleagues in the seven most developed countries, which instructed him to convey to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, the common requirement to stop supporting Syrian leader. At a meeting in Italy with counterparts from the G7 countries and middle Eastern allies have jointly urged Moscow to stop helping Bashar al-Assad, especially given the chemical attack, which killed children and peaceful adults. But the Ministers of the countries “the seven” has not managed to agree on sanctions against Moscow over events in Syria, but urged the Kremlin to “stop the hypocrisy and begin to cooperate with other States”. Read more→