Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed that the negotiations with Turkish partners on Syria will be held in the next few days.

“As guarantor countries of the Astana process, we work with Turkey and Iran on a daily basis, including telephone calls and personal meetings. In the next few days, we are planning to hold negotiations with Turkish colleagues,” the minister informed on Monday.

“We discuss Syrian regulation as a whole, all its aspects. However, obviously, we pay attention to the realization of goals that had been agreed on during the creation of the de-escalation zone in Idlib, especially in the military sphere,” the Russian top diplomat noted.

Earlier on Monday, Russian Presidential Envoy for the Middle East and Africa and Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov informed that Moscow and Ankara would hold important talks on Syria in the nearest future.

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looks like every thing is fine among iran, russia and turkey

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The same Turkey that is main responsible for the destruction of Syria with Qatar, just to get the transit of the Qatar-Turkey pipeline in order to sell Qatari gas to the EU and then ruin the Russian economy?
And now Iran switched side since Qatar+Turkey propose them a Qatar-Iran-Turkey=>EU pipeline and so also sell Iranian gas 🙂
Wanna know Russian posture about it?
“Keep your allies close, keep your enemies even closer” 😉
If they think they will outsmart Tsar Vladimir and ruin Mother Russia’s economy, they’re in for a kind of ride they obviously have no idea about…

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Turkey must go back home and to leave Syria land. Turkey must stop supporting its terrorists at north Syria, and they them back also to Turkey.

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Erdogan’s been shown just how important he is by Putin Trump and Xi, he should be in no doubt now that he’s become the odd man out, he’ll definitely be left out of the game if he doesn’t play fair with the big boys when they ask this time. This meeting should be good, the Russians will put this upstart right back in his rightful place, which is right at the bottom of the pile. Up until now, he’s held a good stack of cards, but the games been changed and the hand he’s been holding can’t win the game… Read more »