Russia calls Iran absence at Syria talks a 'mistake,' but not catastrophe

By REUTERS
January 21, 2014 09:36

 
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MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday it was a mistake for UN chief Ban Ki-moon to withdraw an invitation to Iran to attend peace talks on Syria, but did not see it as a catastrophe.

"It is, of course, a mistake ... But it isn't a catastrophe," Lavrov told a news conference in Moscow.


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