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Consultations between Tehran, Moscow and Ankara to discuss the easing of tension in the Syrian Idli

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Sep 2017, 3:03 am

[size=30]Consultations between Tehran, Moscow and Ankara to discuss the easing of tension in the Syrian Idlib[/size]
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Representatives of Russia, Iran and Turkey will hold consultations on Wednesday in Kazakhstan's capital, Astana, in preparation for the sixth round of negotiations on Syria, which is due to begin on April 14.
 
The issue of demarcation of the area of ​​tension relief in the Syrian city of Idlib and its environs is the work of the representatives of the three countries that are guarantors of the truce in Syria. They are Alexander Lavrentiv, the Russian president's special envoy to the Syrian settlement, and Husseini Gabri Ansari, Onal.
 
The meeting will be attended by the observers of Operation Astana, Stephane de Mistura, Special Envoy to Syria, Nawaf Wasfi Al-Tal, Advisor to the Jordanian Foreign Minister, and Davies Satterfield, Acting Assistant Secretary of State.
 
The Syrian government delegation will be headed by Bashar al-Jaafari, Syria's permanent representative to the United Nations. The opposition is represented by Ahmed Berri, chief of staff of the Syrian Free Army.
 
The process of delineating the area of ​​the military tension relief zone to be established in the Idlib region faces certain difficulties. Sources said there were disagreements over the issue of monitoring this area, particularly with regard to Iran's potential role in such monitoring. Thus, resolving this issue may require political will, as happened with the southern region, which was agreed upon after a Russian-American summit in Hamburg, Germany on July 7. In southwest Syria, the area is controlled by a joint US-Jordanian-Jordanian center, which began operations on August 23 in Amman.


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