Major powers agree on plan to break Syria deadlock

By REUTERS
February 12, 2016 01:50

 
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MUNICH, Feb 12 (Reuters) - Major powers agreed on Friday to a plan aimed at breaking the deadlock in Syria by introducing a gradual cessation of hostilities and quick humanitarian aid with a view to creating conditions to revive peace talks, a diplomatic source said.

"We did not get a deal on the immediate end of Russian bombings, but we have a commitment to a process that if it works would change the situation," a Western diplomatic source said.

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