Talks with Russia on Syria and the situation in Aleppo is not complete, to speak about their results at the moment before, said at a press briefing U.S. state Department spokesman mark Toner.
“I know that now a lot of speculation about the status of negotiations [U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry] and foreign Minister [Sergei] Lavrov… We still are working on finalizing the details of these negotiations,” said Toner
The state Department spokesman said that “until there is nothing to announce, but we are still working on it.”
On Tuesday afternoon, December 6, Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that the United States withdrew their proposal to resolve the situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo. Suggestions related to routes and timing of out of town fighters.
According to him, December 5, the U.S. announced that to be able to December 7 to meet in Geneva, where they planned expert consultations of Russia and the USA in Aleppo because “they’re” and “your document withdraw, and now they have a new document”. Lavrov also said that after reading the document, he had the feeling that everything “again looks like an attempt to buy time for the fighters caught his breath, breath and replenish their stocks”.
Located in Brussels, the head of state Department John Kerry said that he knew nothing about refusing to negotiate. “I don’t know about the specific failure,” he said