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the Reuter deputy bureau chief in Moscow and you aren't born that Russia may be able to help Russia have more influence arguably over the Syrian government than anyone else it was Russian planes after old Russian airstrikes which helped turn the tide of the conflict , we shouldn't forget that Russian president Vladimir Putin , personally invested a lot of political capital , you're bummed around world leaders and he's very keen to show the world that Russia is back on the world stage that it matters , issue any ultimatums , but Moscow's influence upon the Syrian government is not as great , but if you look closely what the minister said