Kerry: Russian warrior jets in Syria lift critical questions

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By KEN DILANIAN, AP Intelligence Writer

LONDON (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is expressing regard about Russia’s transformation of tactical aircraft to Syria — jets that could poise a hazard to American and associated forces.

U.S. officials contend Russia changed a tiny series of warrior jets to a bottom in Syria on Friday, hours after U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter and his Russian reflection spoke. It was a initial U.S.-Russian troops hit in some time.

Russia says a troops buildup in Syria is designed to quarrel a Islamic State organisation — though IS doesn’t have an atmosphere force.

The Russian aircraft are also able of distinguished belligerent targets.

Kerry tells reporters in London that a talks with a Russians are designed to safeguard there are no incidents between Russian and American forces.

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