Russia is against instability in Kurdish regions in Middle East: expert
A Russian political expert believes his country is against instability in the Kurdish regions of the Middle East, including Iraq and Syria.

Victor Nadin Doski has told Armenian news that despite the U.S. which follows instability and division in the Middle East as a part of its policy, Moscow is not interested in instability in the Kurdish region of the Middle East.

He, however, reiterated that instability is inevitable in the Kurdish region of Iraq and Syria.

Also a member of the International Relation and World Economy, Doski added that dividing the states in the Middle East and establishing small states is an easy goal of the U.S.

Meanwhile, U.S. political analyst Max Blumental has told RT that the goal of the U.S. was to infiltrate in the Kurdish region of Syria and fighting that Islamic State (IS) was a mere excuse. He made his remarks after a Spokesman of the Kurdish-led Syrian Defense Forces, Tala Salo, stated days ago that the U.S. would remain in Syria for decades.

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News Code: 16792  |  Date: 2017/08/21  |  Time: 10 : 48

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