Oman and Assad discuss solutions to Syria conflict

By REUTERS
October 26, 2015 17:23

 
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Oman's foreign minister and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met in Damascus on Monday and discussed ideas that have been put forward to address the Syrian crisis, the Syrian state news agency SANA said.

The meeting took place after Assad's main ally Russia said Syria needed to prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections, Moscow's most specific call for political renewal since the war began. There has been no official response from the Syrian government on Russia's comments.

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