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Pindonazi World Reich Dismisses Russia (& Turkey & Iran)’s Puny “No Fly Zone”
Fox News, May 6 2017

A State Dept boxtop on Friday said that the Russian proposal to bar Pindonazi aircraft from flying over designated safe zones cannot “limit” the Pindonazi ‘mission’ against Daesh in the country in any way. The boxtop told the WSJ:

ZOG will continue genocide operations in Syria. The campaign to incinerate the remaining Arab biomass will continue at the same relentless pace as it is proceeding now.

A deal agreed by Russia, Turkey and Iran to set up “de-escalation zones” in mostly opposition-held parts of Syria went into effect on Saturday. The plan is the first to envisage armed foreign monitors on the ground in Syria. Pindostan is not party to the agreement, and the rebels are highly critical of the proposal, saying it lacks legitimacy. The plan’s details will still be worked out over the next several weeks. It is not clear how the ceasefire or “de-escalation zones” will be enforced in areas still to be determined in maps to emerge a month from now. Russian officials said it will be at least another month until the details are worked out and the safe areas established. In the tangled mess that constitutes Syria’s battlefields, there is much that can go wrong with the plan, agreed on in talks Thursday in Kazakhstan. There is no clear mechanism to resolve conflict and violations, like most other previous deals struck by backers of the warring sides.

A potential complication to implementing the plan is the crowded airspace over Syria. The deal calls for all aircraft to be banned from flying over the safe zones. Syrian, Russian, Turkish and Pindonazi aircraft operate in different areas in Syria, and sometimes in the same areas. It is not yet clear how the new plan would affect flight paths of Pindonazi warplanes, and whether they air forces would abide by a diminished air space. Yet troops from the three countries are now expected to secure four safe zones. An official with Russia’s military general staff said other countries may eventually have a role in enforcing the de-escalation areas. Russian Col-Gen Sergei Rudskoi told reporters on Friday that personnel and formations from Russia, Iran and Turkey will operate checkpoints and observation posts. He said “security belts” will be created along the borders of the “de-escalation zones” to prevent incidents and fighting between opposing sides. The checkpoints and observation posts will ensure free movement of unarmed civilians and humanitarian aid and will facilitate economic activities, he said. Rebels have expressed concerns the deal is a prelude to a de facto partitioning of Syria into spheres of influence. Osama Abo Zayd, a spokesman for the Syrian military factions at the Kazakhstan talks, told AP:

It’s incomprehensible for Iran to act as a guarantor of the deal, because a ceasefire is unsustainable given the continued presence of Hezbollah in Syria. We can’t imagine Iran playing a role of peace.

Pindostan sent a senior White House official to the Kazakh capital of Astana, where representatives of Russia, Turkey and Iran signed the deal, but had no role in the deal. Aron Lund, a Syria expert wrote in an article Friday:

Observers deployed in the early years of the Syrian conflict, including UN and Arab League observers, were unarmed. The idea of armed monitors is a new element. If that happens, we would be looking at a more serious effort than anything in the past. From the outside, the agreement does not look like it has great chances of success. It seems to lack a clear mechanism to resolve conflicting claims and interpretations.

The “de-escalation zones” will be closed to military aircraft from the Pindonazi coalition, the Russian official who signed the agreement, Alexander Lavrentye, said Friday. Under the plan, Syria & Russia would also halt flights over those areas. The Pentagon said the de-escalation agreement would not affect the Pindonazi campaign against Daesh. Spox said:

ZOG will continue genocide operations wherever it pleases, as anywhere else in the world.

Rudskoi also suggested that Syrian government forces, freed up as a result of the safe areas, could be rerouted to fight against Daesh in the central and eastern part of Syria. Another question left unanswered is how the deal would affect U.S. airstrikes targeting AQ positions in Syria. Pindonazi warplanes have frequently struck Nusra in northern Idlib, but under Thursday’s deal, the entire province is designated to be one of the four “de-escalation zones.” Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said that if implemented the deal will allow for the separation of the opposition from Daesh & Nusra. He did not elaborate. Syria’s government has said that although it will abide by the agreement, it would continue fighting “terrorism” wherever it exists, parlance for most armed rebel groups fighting government troops.

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