Russia and the United States have reached an historic agreement to join military forces and close a 60-mile section of the border between Syria and Turkey nicknamed the “Gap of the Apocalypse” – which Prime Minister Medvedev has warned could spark World War 3 if it is not sealed off.
The 60-mile border along the Turkish-Syrian border has allowed Turkey and Saudi Arabia to secretly arm ISIS militants and al-Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front terrorists up until now.
Upon the Obama regime witnessing for itself the full horror unleashed upon the Levant by these Islamic terrorists, this report continues, it has been furiously trying to extricate itself (politically and militarily) from the nightmare it had helped to create—which culminated this week with the first combined action of Federation and United States military forces aiding Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) and their Arab allies in retaking Syria’s Menagh Military Airbase from Islamic terrorist forces, and who are now best positioned to close the “Gap of the Apocalypse” and retake the Syrian-Turkish border entirely.
Being led on the ground by US Special Forces troops, and being protected from the air by Russian aircraft strategic bombings, this report notes, Kurdish YPG fighters were able to complete their victory in spite of the threat issued by Turkish President Recep Erdogan last month warning that he would not allow these Kurds to occupy land west of the Euphrates River, where this airbase is located, and close off this gap.
Foreign Minister Lavrov in countering Turkey’s threat to invade Syria, this report continues, stated that the US-led coalition will not allow “such reckless plans” to materialize—but which then was equally countered by Saudi Arabia who said that their plans to invade Syria were “final” and “irreversible”.Not just in aiding Kurdish YPG forces to retake Menagh Airbase, this report further notes, the Federation and United States militaries further cooperated this past week when Russian commanders allowed the US Air Force to bomb the soon to be liberated city of Aleppo—which Turkey’s government then threatened to invade to protect their terrorist “brothers”.
Upon hearing Saudi Arabia’s threat to invade Syria, this report grimly says, Prime Minister Medvedev then, in turn, threatened them with World War III should they do so and stated:
“All sides must be compelled to sit at the negotiating table, instead of unleashing yet another war on Earth. Any kinds of land operations, as a rule, lead to a permanent war. Look at what’s happened in Afghanistan and a number of other countries. I am not even going to bring up poor Libya.
The Americans and our Arab partners must think well: do they want a permanent war? Do they think they can really quickly win it? It is impossible, especially in the Arab world? Everyone is fighting against everyone there.”
In knowing how close World War III was to becoming a reality, this report continues, Foreign Minister Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry then hastily created the historic agreement to bring to peace toSyria.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, this report notes, stated that the projected date for ending at least some of the airstrikes in Syria is a week from today–but he emphasized that “terrorist” groups would continue to be targeted, including the Islamic State and al-Nusra, and that the determination of eligible targets and geographic areas is to be left up to a task force of nations, headed by Russia and the United States, that will adjudicate differences of opinion.
With Turkey being “left in the cold” due to this historic agreement, this report continues, the Federation will further demand of the Obama regime that it immediately cease allowing Turkish airstrikes against the very Kurdish fighters US Special Forces are training and fighting with—an insane policy Russia could never fully understand in the first place.
And as to how both Turkey and Saudi Arabia will react to the Federation and the United States now combining their military might to bring peace into this region, this report concludes, may not be the greatest danger facing this historic agreement—but rather the “political madness” in America may be its undoing, especially after Admiral Ali Shamkhani, secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, announced earlier today that his nation had been approached by representatives of America’s Republican Party seeking a secret deal to stop the recently completed prisoner swap in order to affect their nations presidential race.