Next round of Syria peace talks in Astana scheduled in May

By REUTERS
March 15, 2017 13:21
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ASTANA - Delegations from Russia, Turkey and Iran issued a joint statement on the latest Syria talks in Astana and scheduled the next meeting in May, Kazakhstan's Deputy Foreign Minister Akylbek Kamaldinov said on Wednesday.

The next round of talks will take place on May 3-4, Kamaldinov said.

Russian negotiator Alexander Lavrentiev said some of the Russian, Turkish and Iranian delegates would remain in Astana for meetings with rebels.

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