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US Directly Supports Daesh Terrorists in Syria: Russian Defense Ministry

14 November 2017, 05:31 | Glen Norman

US Directly Supports Daesh Terrorists in Syria: Russian Defense Ministry

US Directly Supports Daesh Terrorists in Syria: Russian Defense Ministry

The Defense ministry's statements in English claimed that Russian drones filmed Islamic State convoys fleeing Syrian and Russian airstrikes along the Iraqi-Syrian border on November 9.

The ministry has published photos showing that the armed extremists while they were leaving Abu Kamal for the Syrian-Iraqi border. The Russian Ministry of Defence has used a videogame screenshot to accuse the United States of cooperating with ISIS.

The ministry attached four screenshots of "irrefutable evidence" that USA forces refused to attack the convoy, in effect providing cover for the IS fighters. "Americans peremptorily rejected to conduct airstrikes over the ISIS terrorists on the pretext of the fact that, according to their information, militants are yielding themselves prisoners to them and now are subject to the provisions of the Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War", the Russian Defense Ministry said.

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The Russian Defense Ministry on Tuesday accused the USA -led coalition of interfering with the Russian air force to protect retreating Islamic State (IS) militants.

"With this goal, coalition fighter jets were entering the 15-kilometer (9 mile) airspace around Abu Kamal in order to impede the activities of the Russian air force", they added.

"These facts are conclusive evidence that the United States, while imitating an noncompromising fight against worldwide terrorism for the global community, in fact provides cover for the IS units" in order to use them for advancing "American interests in the Middle East".

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The Syrian government troops' offensive against the city of Abu Kamal has disrupted the USA plans to create pro-American authorities to govern the territories on the eastern bank of the Euphrates, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

The militants had been forced to retreat from the city of Abu Kamal in the Syrian province of Deir al-Zour, one of the last remaining IS strongholds in Syria, by the advancing government troops.

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