MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Monday that Russia would begin pulling its military from Syria, potentially winding down nearly six months of air strikes that bolstered Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and dealt a grave blow to Syrian rebels.
Putin late Monday said that Russia would withdraw the “main part” of the military deployment to Syria, starting Tuesday.
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