WASHINGTON: United States President Barack Obama has warned Russia and said that Moscow will have to face serious consequences if cyber-attacks were not stopped.
While addressing to last press conference of the year in White House, Obama asked Moscow to stop cyber attacks on US institutions and refrain from creating hurdles in Syrian peace process.
Obama said that being a president of US, he was responsible to resolve international conflicts but he had no mandate to send army directly in these countries.
He said US-Cuba relations were a great success of his government’s foreign policies. The US president said that the Latin American country was given a chance to correct policies.
Obama said that America remained safe in his tenure and added that no terrorist organization could attack on the country. He said Assad regime and its allies Russian and Iran were responsible for bloodshed in Syria.