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"An alliance which is based on the interests of one group of countries only and interested in neutralization of a threat in part of the threat only cannot be promising," Lavrov said.
He also underscored that US Secretary of State John Kerry pledged to put forward a format for combating terrorism, but these were only words, and not deeds.
“For several months, during our contacts with John Kerry we touch upon the necessity of some kind of joint analysis of the situation in the region (in the Middle East) regarding the terrorism threat and the necessity of a common approach,” the Russian top diplomat said.
Lavrov stressed Russia’s readiness for a fair, open and collaborating dialogue.