Russia criticizes US for 'dividing terrorists into good and bad ones'

By REUTERS
December 14, 2015 16:48

 
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MOSCOW - Russia stepped up its criticism of US policy on Syria on the eve of a visit to Moscow by US Secretary of State John Kerry, saying the United States had not shown it was ready to cooperate fully in the struggle against Islamic State militants.

Russia would continue to urge Washington to rethink its policy of "dividing terrorists into good and bad ones," Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday, ahead of Kerry's visit to Moscow, which is scheduled for Dec. 15.

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