The white house urged Russia under the threat of exclusion to make US deal on Syria

Sean Spicer

Russia could be isolated if Washington and Moscow fail to reach bargains on Syria. This statement, as RIA Novosti reports, made at a press briefing, White house spokesman Sean Spicer.

“But if we can’t make a deal that meets our national interests, then we will not. In this particular case, there’s no question that Russia will be isolated,” he said.

According to Spicer, Russia shumoizolyatsiya from the world community, because they put themselves on a par with Syria and North Korea that are “rogue States”.

“The only countries that do not support the US position is Syria, North Korea, Iran and Russia. All of them are failed States, with the exception of Russia. It’s not the best time to have a cocktail party with these countries,” said Spicer.

At the same time, according to him, the US open to strategic cooperation with Russia and to achieve common goals, for example, the victory over the “Islamic state”, but will stand up for their principles and values.

The issue of sanctions against Russia over Syria, the U.S. administration did not comment on. “As you know, we’re not talking about specific actions as long as they’re not ready,” said Spicer.

Earlier on Tuesday, April 11, U.S. Secretary Rex Tillerson said that Russia must make a choice between “US and sane countries on one side and Iran, Hezbollah and the regime of [Syrian President] Bashar al-Assad on the other.”

Tillerson arrived in Moscow on his first official visit. 12 April will be his talks with Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov. One of the main topics of the meeting will be a missile attack, the United States, inflicted on the night of 7 April on the airfield shirt in response to the alleged Syrian air force produced a chemical attack in the Syrian province of Idlib.

“Islamic state” included in Russia’s list of terrorist organizations, for participation in activities which provide for criminal liability.