Kremlin says the U.S. has not consulted Russia regarding ‘security zones’ in Syria

The Kremlin has called on the U.S. to consider all the consequence regarding the creation of the so-called “security zones” for Syrian refugees in order not to make the situation worse.

This was stated by the Press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, as reported by Russia’s TASS news agency.

“This is important that the situation does not become worse. It is worth considering all the consequences” he stated.

When asked if the U.S. consulted with Russia prior to taking this decision, Peskov said that they didn’t.

“American partners have not discussed this issue with the Russian side,” he noted.

U.S. President Donald Trump intends to create so-called security zones for Syrian refugees.

According to a document which was received by Reuters, in the coming days Trump intends to order the Pentagon and the State Department, within 90 days, to develop a plan on creation of “security zones” for Syrian refugees.

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