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The united states accepts Assad to remain in Syria - will no longer seek to overthrow this administration
The united states announces that it will no longer seek to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's regime to topple.The united states is no longer seeking Syrian president Bashar al-about assad getting rid of. AOP

at the Same time, however, it warns that I will support the Syrian reconstruction, if the regime does not experience a fundamental change.

the announcement by Us state department special envoy in Syria James Jeffrey , according to which Assad have to make compromises, because this has not yet won the seven years lasting civil war.

– we Want to see government, which is fundamentally different. It is not about regime change. We try to get about assad getting rid of, Jeffrey said.

according to Estimates, syria's reconstruction will cost about 300-400 billion us dollars. Jeffrey, according to the united states and other western countries do not commit to the reconstruction without the Syrian regime's change in direction.

former Us president Barack Obama want to be about assad getting rid of, but didn't look at Us wide-scale interference in the Syrian war wise. Obama adopted the extremist organisation isis in the fall of sufficient military objective.

Obama after the united states has in the past given to understand that Assad is likely to remain the Syrian leadership.

Jeffrey's Monday statement confirms this.

Source: AFP

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