Turkey to make proposal to revive Syrian ceasefire

By REUTERS
October 4, 2016 16:53

 
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ISTANBUL - Turkey will make a proposal to revive the Syrian ceasefire deal and President Tayyip Erdogan may speak by telephone on the issue with US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Erdogan's spokesman said on Tuesday.

Ibrahim Kalin also told broadcaster Haberturk in an interview that Ankara stands with Saudi Arabia in opposition to a US law allowing citizens to sue the kingdom over the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, saying it threatened nations' sovereignty.

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