Putin: Still no agreement with Obama on Syria

By REUTERS
September 6, 2013 16:52

 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said he and US President Barack Obama stuck to their positions over Syria but listened to each other during a one-on-one meeting on the sidelines of a G20 summit on Friday and are looking for ways forward.

Putin blamed an alleged chemical attack on opponents of the Syrian government, saying it was a provocation, and suggested that a punitive US military strike on the Middle Eastern nation would harm the global economy and stifle growth.

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