Russian media say Moscow has formed anti-Isis alliance

Ria Novosti, Itar-Tass and Interfax on Saturday cited anonymous military-diplomatic sources in Moscow claiming that representatives of the four countries’ general staffs would collect, analyse and share intelligence in the Iraqi capital and redistribute operative information to the respective armed forces. The structure will be headed by officers from Russia, Syria, Iran and Iraq for three months at a time on a rotational basis, according to Ria Novosti.

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