Washington, November 14. Representative of the international coalition led by the United States, Colonel Ryan Dillon stated that the allegations of the defense Ministry of the Russian Federation to the USA on rendering assistance to the terrorist group "Islamic state" (banned in Russia) "unsubstantiated" and "absolutely false".
"Unsubstantiated, inaccurate and completely false," said Dillon.
According to him, the Russian side does this in order to "divert attention from the challenges" faced by the country in Syria.
Earlier, the defense Ministry said that the refusal of the US command to strike on November 9 on the columns of terrorists retreating in the area of Abu-Kemal, is "an objective fact, recorded in transcripts of the negotiations, and therefore well known to the American side."
Several media outlets have noticed that the photos attached to the statement, shows computer graphics. In response, the defense Department against the employee who put the wrong photos.
The Department explained that the message was engaged in a civil employee of one of divisions.
Later, the Agency corrected the error and the column of militants leading to the Syrian-Iraqi border..