Russia, Iran, Syria agree on further cooperation against terrorism

October 29, 2016 04:21


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A three-way meeting between the foreign ministers of Russia, Syria and Iran has resulted in the agreement to intensify the effort in eradicating terrorism in Syria.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met with his Syrian counterpart Walid al-Moallem and Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif in Moscow on Friday to primarily discuss the situation in Aleppo, the regional humanitarian crisis and cooperation on anti-terrorism.

Lavrov said that currently the crisis in Syria must be resolved through a political approach, with all parties joining in for peace talks. He also stressed that the terrorists active at Syrian borders shall not be tolerated

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