Iran, Russia, Turkey FMs to meet on Syria in March
Moscow, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said on Monday that the foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey will have a meeting on Syria in Kazakhstan's Astana in March, the TASS news agency reported.
Noting that the meeting in March will be focused on de-escalation areas in Syria, Bogdanov said that Moscow supports Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
He confirmed the possibility of extending the already made agreements on de-escalation areas, while saying the situations will determine the future actions.
Moscow has always stressed that creating de-escalation areas is a temporary measure to pave the way for a more appropriate condition to settle the crisis in Syria and implement the provisions of the UNSC Resolution 2254, Bogdanov said.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency