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Oct 07

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Is China set to join Russia and Iran in support of Syria?

“The pro-Assad Al-Masdar (citing an unnamed SAA “senior officer”), said Chinese “personnel and aerial assets” are set to arrive within weeks”, Tyler Durden reported on ZeroHedge two weeks ago.

“Beijing has taken decision to take part in combating IS and sent its vessels to the Syrian coast. (…) It is known, that China has joined our military operation in Syria, the Chinese cruiser has already entered the Mediterranean, aircraft carrier follows it”, the Russian Senator Igor Morozov affirmed recently in an interview to Pravda (read the English translation here). As Leonid Krutakov told Pravda.Ru in an interview, the most serious conflict is currently taking place namely between China and the US. Moscow may support any party, the expert believes, and that is what will change the world order for many years.

Durden ends in a more recent article, with the conclusion that “Washington gambled on a dangerous game of geopolitical chess, lost, and now faces two rather terrifyingly disastrous outcomes: 1) China establishing a presence in the Mid-East in concert with Russia and Iran, and 2) seeing Iraq effectively ceded to the Quds Force and ultimately, to the Russian army”.

Read the new post by T. Durden here.

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