(TASS) A date for the resumption of talk in Geneva on a political settlement of the conflict in Syria has not been set yet, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said upon arrival for a meeting of European Union foreign ministers.

“We should insist the process of negotiations on Syria’s future should be placed back into the UN hands,” he said. “At this point we cannot say that this is guaranteed and most certainly we cannot say when the Geneva process will be resumed.”

The EU, Steinmeier stated, should make up its mind regarding its own strategy for Syria.

“We keep a close watch on the efforts being exerted by Russia, Turkey and other participants in the de-escalation. We in Europe should be talking about the role and place reserved for the EU in this process,” Steinmeier said.

At the end of December 2016 Russia and Turkey concluded agreements on the ceasefire in Syria and enter into consultations with the Syrian government and the armed opposition. The consultations are scheduled to begin in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana on January 23.

 

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Your role is to sit-down and shut-up!

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Stern Daler

Big words of an US beadle.

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Well, there’s a good way to pressure into real peace but such measures have to be taken at EU levels.
1. Scrap all the bullshitting bout Ukraine
2. Team with Russia.
3. Arrest Soros
4. Send a few cruise missiles on some princes and emirs palaces, those known to fund all this s**t!

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Wither Nato Turkey Erdogan likes it or not Kurdish civilians should be included in the peace negotiations because their are legitimize citizen not Turkey who support ISIS and call on Nato to stop Russia from making black sea its lake.

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Видеообзорение карты боевых действий в Сирии и Ираке от 17.01.2017г. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eS2r4nlydsM