Germany, France urge Russia to pressure Syria govt on eastern Ghouta

BERLIN - The leaders of Germany and France urged Russian President Vladimir Putin in a telephone call to put "maximum" pressure on the Syrian government to stop fighting in eastern Ghouta, a German government spokesman said on Sunday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Emmanuel Macron made clear that a ceasefire was the basis for progress towards a political solution in the framework of the UN-led Geneva peace process, the German spokesman said.
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