Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia is committed to preventing the transfer of mercenaries to the Naka region, with the participation of all parties

Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia is committed to preventing the transfer of mercenaries to the Naka region, with the participation of all parties On November 13, local time, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zakharova stated at a regular press conference on the Naka situation that Russia’s starting point is to prevent transit from the Middle East to the Naka region with the participation of all concerned parties. The situation of militants.

Zakharova pointed out that, unfortunately, so far, the transfer of militants to the Naka region has not disappeared. Russia is committed to resolving this issue and believes that all parties concerned about peace in the Naka region should make efforts to resolve this issue.

Earlier, Naryshkin, director of the Russian Federation’s Foreign News Agency, pointed out that according to the information currently held by the agency, a large number of mercenaries from international terrorist organizations in the war-torn areas of the Middle East are pouring into the Naka conflict zone, with hundreds or even thousands of people. 

The Russian President’s Press Secretary Peskov once said that the presence of these militants in the fiercely warring area in Naqqa is a huge hidden danger, and Russia is deeply concerned about this. Russia has repeatedly called on external participants not to transfer mercenaries to the region.

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