Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a new coalition in the fight against the Sunni extremist group of the Islamic State on Sunday, the day before the speech at the UN General Assembly, and Iraq has confirmed that it will share intelligence with Russia, Iran and Syria in the fight against IS , the agencies are transferred

"We have proposed cooperation with the countries of the region. We are trying to establish a coordination framework, "Putin said in an interview with US CBS broadcast on Sunday.

The goal is to establish a common platform as a collective action against terrorists, the Russian president said, reports AFP.

"I personally reported it to" the royal houses of Saudi Arabia and Jordan and the United States, Putin added.

A spokesman for the Iraqi government announced on Sunday that it will intensify efforts in intelligence work between the four states.

"This is the coordination committee of the four countries in the field of military intelligence, for the purpose of exchanging and analyzing information," Saad al-Hadithi, Prime Minister of Iraq's Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi said.

Military diplomatic sources in Moscow say that the Baghdad Coordination Center could be run by officials of four countries, Iraq, Iran, Syria and Russia, starting with Iraq, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.

The commission will focus on "monitoring the movement of terrorists" and "reducing their capacity," al Hadithi said.

Russia, the old ally of President Bashar al-Asad's regime, greatly increased its military presence in northeastern Syria, deploying troops and combat planes on one of Al-Asad's hubs, and also increasing the supply of weapons to Damascus.

This initiative has strengthened the concerns of the United States and their European allies.

Critics have urged US President Barack Obama to be more determined in the Middle East, especially Syria, and they argue that lack of US clear policy gives IS an opportunity to expand.

Moscow could be "theoretically" attached to the US coalition against the Islamic State and Damascus and to be involved in international efforts to defeat the Islamic state if the Bashar al-Assad government took part in it and if it were all done under the UN mandate, it transmitted Interfax agency.

The Syrian conflict, which began as a revolt against Assad, turned into a civil war involving more factions, government forces, rebel opposition, IS and Kurdish.

(Hina)