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    US Comments on Daesh Threat in Russia 'Emotional Breakdown'

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    US comments on a possible Daesh terrorist group threat facing Russia reflect a state of "emotional breakdown", Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said Thursday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — US comments on a possible Daesh terrorist group threat facing Russia reflect a state of "emotional breakdown" that practically spurs the banned terrorist organization into action, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said Thursday.

    "Once again there was a certain emotional breakdown yesterday against the backdrop of the Obama administration's unwillingness to fulfill its part of the agreements that required great inter-agency efforts, primarily from our Ministry of Defense colleagues and of course the considerable efforts of [Foreign Minister Sergey] Lavrov. These poorly concealed invitations to 'apply' the terrorist weapon against Russia is a measure of the political baseness that current US administration has reached in its approach to affairs in the Middle East, and specifically to the situation in Syria," Ryabkov said.

    US State Department spokesman John Kirby said at a press briefing Wednesday that the ongoing conflict in Syria could "no question" spill over into "attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities, and Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags."

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