Today, Monday, an informed source said that work on setting a date for the meeting of the foreign ministers of Russia, Turkey and Syria is still ongoing, and a final agreement has not yet been reached.
The source said, commenting on the information that appeared in the media that the meeting of the foreign ministers of Russia, Turkey and Syria could take place in the coming days in the United Arab Emirates, and that “work is still ongoing to set a date for the meeting, and the final agreement on it has not yet achieved.”
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced last December 31 that he would meet with his Russian and Syrian counterparts in mid-January, marking a new step towards rapprochement between Ankara and Damascus, but without specifying a meeting place.
At the end of last year, a trilateral meeting of the defense ministers of Russia, Turkey and Syria took place in the Russian capital Moscow, where they discussed ways to resolve the Syrian crisis and the problem of refugees, joint efforts to combat extremist groups in Syria. The heads of the intelligence services of Syria and Turkey were also present.
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