Source: Hurriyet Daily News
Russian, Iranian and Turkish foreign ministers on April 28 talked up their successes in brokering a political solution to the Syrian conflict at a meeting in Moscow.
The three nations have been attempting to resolve the Syrian conflict at talks that started last year in Astana, Kazakhstan, in competition with a US and UN-backed Geneva initiative.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the three countries “must help the Syrians finish cleansing their country of terrorists.”
The ministers emphasized the success of their peace talks in Astana, which Lavrov said are “firmly standing on their feet.”
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