The Russian foreign Ministry has published on its website recommendations of the citizens residing or living abroad. “In Moscow drew attention to the appeals of a number of organizations, including Islamic ones, to hold on September 30 in conjunction with the Friday prayers of a so-called “global day of rage and protest” against a new round of fighting in Aleppo”, — stated in the message.
In this regard, the foreign Ministry recommended that Russians who are abroad “to exercise reasonable precautions and to refrain from visiting places where the “anger and protest can be held against their dignity and security.”
September 30 marks a year since the beginning of operations in Syria, the military space forces of Russia against the group “Islamic state” (banned in Russia). On this day President Vladimir Putin got permission of the Federation Council to use troops in that country.
On the eve of possible terrorist attacks against Russian interests, said U.S. state Department spokesman John Kirby. He attributed this to a new round of bloodshed in Syria’s Aleppo, which is responsible for the Western countries impose not only on the troops of Bashar al-Assad, but on Russia.
Kirby’s statement in the strongest possible terms condemned the Russian foreign Ministry and Russian defense Ministry.
Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov has expressed softer and called it a clumsy.