McFaul Thanks Russia for Liberating Palmyra

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McFaul Thanks Russia for Liberating Palmyra
Published 10-04-2016, 05:30

Former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul expressed gratitude for the liberation of the ancient city of Palmyra, which is rich in monuments of architecture and culture, on his microblog on Twitter.

Translated by Ollie Richardson for Fort Russ

27th March, 2016

Rusvesna

Former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul expressed gratitude for the liberation of the ancient city of Palmyra, which is rich in monuments of architecture and culture, on his microblog on Twitter.

"Thank you," he wrote in Russian in response to the message of the Russian Embassy in the US on the complete liberation of Palmyra.

As a reminder, the Syrian Arab army were able to liberate Palmyra with the help of the Russian Airforce.

 

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