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A Free Syrian Army fighter aims his weapon towards a Syrian military warplane in Aleppo's al-Amereya district

QuestCinq News update, December 13,2012

After months of fighting in Syria, Russia seems to come to the conclusion that “Assad” has to go galvanize by US since the beginning. The Putin’s administration appears to engage in after Assad discussion now; thus, public opinion does matter in Russia too. Consequently, the officials in Russia try to portray a different picture about the Syria that has to come…?

Every move is linked to national interest…Who will get what? Read a few direct quotes bellow.

–“We must look squarely at the facts, and the trend now suggests that the regime and the government in Syria are losing more and more control and more and more territory,” Mr. Bogdanov said in remarks to Russia’s Public Chamber, according to the Interfax news service..”

“…Russia is eager to protect its strategic interests in Syria, including a naval facility at the port of Tartus, and has been meeting frequently with opposition delegations, presumably laying the groundwork for a possible transition. In his remarks to the Public Chamber, a Kremlin advisory group, Mr. Bogdanov said he believed that half the Russian citizens living in Syria supported the rebels…”

“…Apart from gaining territory in the outskirts of Damascus in recent weeks, rebels have also made hit-and-run attacks or set off bombs within the capital, often targeting state security buildings or areas seen as loyal to Assad, such as Jaramana, where twin bombs killed 34 people in November…”

Asad has to go so let him go and stop the killing, most of you would say, right?

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