USA and Russia Unite Against A Shared Enemy

November 02, 2015

USA and Russia Unite Against A Shared Enemy

While it is not a secret to many that there may be a proxy war between the United States and Russia, it is a great news to see opportunities for the two giant countries to unite for one purpose. Russia sees the necessity to consider more military cooperation with the United States to fight a shared enemy, The ISIS.



In the previous months, we can recall that there may have been events of misunderstanding between the actions facilitated by the two parties: when Russia surprises the US with accord on battling ISIS, and when Russia answers the US criticisms over military aid to Syria.

 Originally posted by Sott

There were differences and conflicts like what happened on September 1, 2015, Russia called for a military-to-military cooperation with the United States to avert "unintended accidents." These unintended accidents staged navy exercises off the coast of Syria, where U.S. officials believe Moscow is building up forces to protect President Bashar al-Assad.There were differences in opinions when Russia supported the government of Assad in Syria while the United States believed that his presence makes the situation worse.

Overcoming differences takes time, but we are glad for the recent announcements that representatives of Russia made recently.


Originally posted by The Guardian 

Sergei Lavrov, Russia's Foreign Minister announced important matters. After a series of meeting in Vienna on Friday, October 30, 2015, he held an impromptu conference to saying that a US decision to deploy Special Forces in Syria would make the cooperation between the armed forces of two countries more important.


Originally posted by Infowars 

Earlier that day, United States Military Officials also shared plans where they want to stations several dozens of Special Forces Troops as advisers in parts of Syria which they believed will help greatly in fighting the Islamic State militants.


Originally posted by Yahoo

Lavrov also told the reporters, "I am sure that neither the United States nor Russia wants (the conflict) to become a so-called proxy war. But it is obvious for me that the situation makes the task of cooperation between the military more relevant." He added in the latter part of the discussion that securing a ceasefire in Syria's 4-year civil war would continue as well as the battle with the terrorist groups.

The cooperation between two giant countries to fight against the Islamic rebels in Syria is a good move. It is a stronger and better fight against enemies. Military families would have a better peace of mind against threats from ISIS. Let us know about your thoughts and opinions.

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