Russia, Iran and Turkey foreign ministers to hold Aleppo talks on Tuesday

By REUTERS
December 19, 2016 12:36

 
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ANKARA - The foreign ministers of Russia, Iran and Turkey will hold talks in Moscow on Tuesday aimed at giving fresh impetus for a solution in Aleppo, an official from Turkey's foreign ministry said.

"(The meeting) will be to understand the views of all three sides, laying out where we all stand and discuss where we go from here," the official told members of the foreign press in Istanbul on Monday.

"It is not a miracle meeting but will give all sides a chance to listen to each other," the official said.

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