G20 leaders to discuss Assad's fate in Syrian conflict

By REUTERS
November 15, 2015 21:45

 
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BELEK - The leaders of the Group of 20 will probably discuss Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's fate at a meeting late on Sunday when they talk about the conflict in Syria and the fight against terrorism, Kremlin's sherpa to the G20 said.

"I think this will happen now," Svetlana Lukash told journalists on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Turkey's coastal province of Antalya, when asked whether Assad's future would be discussed.

"Now begins a working dinner of the G20 leaders on terrorism and refugees, and it is planned to discuss joint action and approaches and also to discuss the draft of a joint statement on terrorism," she said.

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