The Kremlin has talked about “another” party negotiations on Syria

The Kremlin confirmed that the heads of Russia, Germany, France and Britain will hold Friday talks on Syria.

“Today will be a telephone conference, a conversation with [Russian President Vladimir] Putin on the Syrian issue is that yesterday announced the UK Prime Minister [David] Cameron,” said press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov (quoted by TASS). He confirmed that in the conference call, in addition to Putin, will be attended by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron and French leader Francois Hollande.

“Perhaps there will be another party,” said Sands. On the question of whether it’s President Barack Obama, he replied in the negative. “The thing is, practically in the same part of our European colleagues already had a phone conversation with Obama beforehand,” explained the spokesman.

He did not specify who initiated the telephone conference will be held. All the details Peskov has promised to inform on results of negotiations.

On the eve of an upcoming conference call said the representative of the Prime Minister of great Britain Helen Bauer. Later, the press Secretary of the Russian President confirmed the plans about the negotiations. “The plans are there,” he said.

Currently in Syria there is a truce, an agreement which was reached by Moscow and Washington. It entered into force on February 27, 2016 and implies that military action will continue only in respect of the groups “Islamic state” and “dzhebhat EN-Nusra” (both banned in Russia) and other terrorist organizations identified by the UN security Council.