MUNICH, 12 February. Following the meeting of the International support group Syria was able to reach agreements. This was announced on Friday following the meeting, Deputy foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov.
“Yes,” said he, answering the relevant question. Further comment Gatilov refused.
According to a source in one of the delegations on the outcome of the negotiations is preparing a communiqué outlining the arrangements.
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“Waiting for the communiqué as well as on the results of previous negotiations in this format,” he said.
“The main provisions will be presented at a joint press conference (Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov, U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry and United Nations special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura – approx. ed.) after the meeting,” he added.
The content of the communiqué has not been disclosed.
Meeting of the International support group Syria in Munich ended in Munich. Negotiations lasted just over four hours
In the near future it is expected a tripartite press conference of the foreign Ministers of Russia and the USA Sergey Lavrov and John Kerry and United Nations special envoy on Syria Staffan de Mistura after the meeting.
The main topic of discussion at the meeting was the launch of inter-Syrian talks, which were suspended on 3 February. According to information, special attention was paid to the issues of the truce and humanitarian access.
In negotiations took part the representatives of Russia, USA, Egypt, China, Germany, France, great Britain, Iraq, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Qatar, Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UAE, and the EU, the UN and the League of Arab States.
The Syrian conflict and the main stages of its settlement