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Russian Federation to decide on Syria, Assad's fate: Tillerson

Russian Federation to decide on Syria, Assad's fate: Tillerson

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region -Syrian President Bashar al-Assad who took office in 2000 and has been fighting a vicious civil war for several years appears on his country's banknotes for the first time.

"Ultimately, this process, in our view, will lead to a resolution of Assad's status", the official told Foreign Policy".

However, Mr Tillerson said in April 2017 that Mr Assad would have "no role" in Syria after his use of chemical weapons, which had prompted Donald Trump to launch almost 60 missiles into the Idlib province after one particular attack that resulted in almost 100 dead, many of them children according to a video of the aftermath of the attack.

"The Syrian people should determine their country's political future through a political process", the official added.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said last month that the USA has "identified potential preparation" for another chemical attack by Mr Assad as well.

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The bill featuring Assad's portrait was put into circulation "in Damascus and a number of the provinces".

If Tillerson's comments are an accurate statement of United States policy, it might significantly change policy, as it would presumably mean the end of USA attacks against Syrian military targets, and a return to a focus on fighting ISIS.

London [U.K.], July 4: U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has conveyed to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres that Russian Federation will decide the fate of Syria and President Bashar al -Assad.

According to the magazine, three diplomatic sources said Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state, admitted to Antonio Guterres last week that the Trump administration's priority in Syria was limited to defeating ISIL terrorist group.

It will work alongside the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, created by the Geneva-based U.N. Human Rights Council.