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PostSubject: Putin says 40 countries, including G-20 member states, financing ISIL    Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:42 am



[size=16]Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a press conference attended by Russian journalists following the G20 Summit. (Photo: DHA)[/size]

November 16, 2015, Monday/ 18:58:20/ TODAYSZAMAN.COM / ISTANBUL

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said during the G-20 summit held in the coastal city of Antalya that Russia has been presented with evidence that individual businessmen from 40 countries, including from member states of the G-20, were financing the activities of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).


"I provided examples based on our data on the financing of different Islamic State [of Iraq and the Levant] units by private individuals in various countries. The financing comes from 40 countries, as we established, including some G-20 members," Putin told journalists during the summit's last day in Antalya on Monday.
The Russian president reportedly said that the fight against terrorism was a key topic at the summit.


"This topic was crucial. Especially after the Paris tragedy, we all understand that the means of financing terrorism should be severed," Putin said.
“I've demonstrated the pictures from space to our colleagues, which clearly show the true size of the illegal trade of oil and petroleum products market. Car convoys stretching for dozens of kilometers, going beyond the horizon when seen from a height of 4,000-5,000 meters," Putin was quoted as telling reporters after the summit.
Underlining that a united international effort is needed against ISIL, Putin said now was not the time to try and figure out which countries are more and which are less effective in the battle against ISIL.


Putin says Russia ready to support Syrian opposition in fight with ISIL
During a press conference on the sidelines of the G-20 summit on Monday, Putin said Russia was ready to support Syria's opposition with air strikes in their fight against ISIL. "Some armed opposition groups consider it possible to begin active operations against ISIL with Russia's support. And we are ready to provide such support from the air. If it happens it could become a good basis for the subsequent work on a political settlement,” he said.


Putin added that Russia needs support from the US, European nations, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran in order to support Syrian opposition groups against ISIL. "We need to organize work specifically concentrated on the prevention of terrorist attacks and tackling terrorism on a global scale. We offered to cooperate [with the US] in anti-ISIL efforts. Unfortunately, our American partners refused. They just sent a written note that said, ‘We reject your offer',” Putin said.


Putin underlined that it should be decided which groups in Syria can be considered terrorist organizations and which can be said to be an armed but still legitimate part of the Syrian opposition. He further added that Russia had established contacts with the Syrian opposition on the battlefield, which had asked them to conduct air strikes.
The Russian president also disagreed with Western criticism of Russia's actions in Syria, where the country has been carrying out a large-scale air campaign against ISIL and other terrorist groups since Sept. 30 in cooperation with the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
 
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PostSubject: Re: Putin says 40 countries, including G-20 member states, financing ISIL    Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:43 am

Top twenty: an agreement to cut terrorist financing sources   



   


"Group of Twenty" leaders who have completed their summit in Antalya, Turkey agreed Monday on the need for coordination and standardization efforts in the fight against terrorism through a series of measures against the growing proliferation of foreign terrorists, and on top of procedures, "cut off the financing of terrorist organizations sources to eliminate the black market oil. 
 "He stressed the leaders in their final statement read by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan" the need to prevent the flow of foreign terrorists to the conflict areas as well as terrorist propaganda, especially via the Internet, and the promotion of aircraft and airport security and information-sharing and border controls to monitor the movement and measures the movement of preventive judicial responded appropriately. " And on asylum crisis, the final statement referred to the need to address this global problem and deal with it in an orderly manner and comprehensive, also urged all States to cooperate with each other to cope with the crisis over sharing the burden of receiving refugees and provide humanitarian assistance to them, and to increase funding for organizations that work to their relief, and work on the climate create needed to return to their homes. 
At the two-day summit sidelines, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that his country could hit the organization "Daash" in Syria before they reach the Parliament, if necessary, also stressed after his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the need to consolidate efforts to combat terrorism It is the first meeting between the two sides almost a year ago, Putin said at the meeting: "The recent tragic events in France indicate that we are forced to unite efforts in the fight against this evil. On the other hand, bombed French fighters on Sunday night dens organization" Daash "terrorist in his stronghold President in the Syrian tenderness City, announced the French Ministry of Defense that "the raid, in which 12 aircraft of which 10 participated fighter jets carried out simultaneously from the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, was throwing 20 bomb", she said, that the operation carried out in coordination with US forces hit the command center and a center for recruiting terrorists and ammunition depot and training camp.

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