Russia’s delegation headed by Presidential Special Representative for Syria Alexander Lavrentyev has discussed the Middle East issues with the Qatari government focusing on Syria, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

“The sides held detailed talks about the situation in the Middle East, focusing on the Syrian settlement,” the statement says.

Russian and Qatari representatives “underscored that a political solution to the conflict has no alternatives.”

They expressed their support to Syria’s territorial unity and sovereignty and to further efforts against terrorism in the region.

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin and senior defense officials were among members of the Russian delegation.

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Sweet Robert
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Syrians need to Sue this Country. They are responsible for the crimes their terrorist committed.

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And this on the sole behalf of having a gas pipeline transiting through Syria to Turkey in order to sell gas to the EU.
Qatar shares the #1 responsibility for all this shït with Turkey. Without their disgusting shenanigans for money, all of this would never had happened!

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Liwa al-Tawhid, Ahrar al-Sham o Jais al-Islam, tienen sus origines en la hermandad Musulmana, estos grupos fueron financiados por Qatar en alianza con la Monarquía Saudí, incluyendo con la fundación Clinton…

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Did they commit to stop the importing and training of foreign terrorist on their soil and sending them along with weapons and monies to Syria to slaughter innocent civilians amongst their other crimes? Are they going to taking financial responsibility for the desertion of Syrian infrastructures and pay victims of terrorist jihadi crimes? Are they going to allow their terrorist jihadist who violated Syrian immigration laws to be shipped back them? Are they taking responsibility for the looting of ancient Syrian artifacts?