Russia says Kurds must be part of Syrian peace talks

By REUTERS
December 16, 2015 13:10

 
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MOSCOW - Russia believes that ethnic Syrian Kurds must be included in any future Syrian peace talks, the RIA news agency said on Wednesday, quoting Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexei Meshkov.

"We support the participation of a wide circle of opposition forces, which represent the Syrian people, in the Syrian negotiating process. The Kurds, certainly, must not be excluded from this process," RIA quoted Meshkov as saying in an interview.


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