MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed with his Security Council on Monday potential cooperation with other countries on fighting against Islamic State, Russian news agencies cited the Kremlin's spokesman as saying.
, whose ties with Washington are at their lowest since the end of the Cold War, has not yet responded to calls from the United States
to build an international coalition to destroy the radical Sunni Muslim group, which has seized swathes of territory in Iraq
"Permanent members of the Security Council
exchanged opinions on possible forms of cooperation with other partners on a plan to counter Islamic State
in the framework of international law," Interfax quoted Kremlin
spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying.
He did not say who the other partners were.
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