Face-to-face Syrian talks not yet agreed - Russian diplomat

By REUTERS
January 22, 2017 19:14

 
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ASTANA - It remains unclear whether representatives of the Syrian government and rebels will meet face to face at talks in Astana, although this is their main objective, a Russian diplomat said on Sunday.

Alexander Lavrentyev, head of the Russian delegation to the Astana talks, said the parties hoped to agree on the format of the meetings before their start on Monday.

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