MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov began talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad on Tuesday by saying Moscow wants Arab peoples to live in peace and the Syrian leader is aware of his responsibility, Russian news agency RIA reported.
"Every leader of every country must be aware of his share of responsibility. You are aware of yours," state-run RIA quoted Lavrov as saying at the talks in Damascus.
Lavrov said "it is in our interests for Arab peoples to live in peace and agreement," RIA reported.
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