Speaking from Baghdad on Thursday, Russia's International Coordination Centre representative Sergei Kuralenko said Russia, Iran, Iraq and Syria share "equal" responsibilities in the Coordination Centre and these responsibilities are written in an agreement which "will be soon approved." Kuralenko emphasised that the "main" purpose of the Coordination Centre is to "collect, process, generalise and analyse information" on the current situation in the Middle East in the context of fighting against the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). The purpose of setting up the centre is "to determine targets of the so-called ISIL terrorist organisation," Kuralenko added. "When targets are determined, all the information must be delivered to the military staff of Russia, Iraq, Iran and Syria," he added. According to Kuralenko, cooperation between the four countries will "increase the quality of the airstrikes as well their efficiency." He also stressed that IS is acting on both Syrian and Iraqi territory. The decision to set up the International Coordination Centre in Baghdad followed Russian President Vladimir Putin's UN General Assembly speech in which he called for an alliance against IS.
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