The war on ISIS is being sabotaged by “other aims” in the mind of Obama’s forces, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in an interview with Channel One TV, as reported by TASS Sunday.
Lavrov added that when there was a question of destroying chemical weapons a year ago, Assad was considered a legitimate president of Syria and his actions were welcomed in UN Security Council resolutions.
“Analysis of the coalition’s aviation causes weird impressions,” he said. “The suspicions are other than the declared goal of fighting the Islamic State—there is something else in that coalition’s goals,” the minister said. “I do not want to make any conclusions—it is not clear what impressions, information of higher ideas the commander may have—but signals of the kind are coming.”