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Iran, Russia, Turkey Call for Concerted Efforts on Syria Peace

Iran, Russia, Turkey Call for Concerted Efforts on Syria PeaceIran, Russia, Turkey Call for Concerted Efforts on Syria Peace

The foreign ministers of Iran, Turkey and Russia urged all sides involved in the Syrian crisis to step up efforts to find a "political solution" for the war-torn Arab country.
Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif, Turkey's Mevlut Cavusoglu, and Russia's Sergey Lavrov held the latest round of the so-called Astana peace process in the Kazakh capital on Friday, IRNA reported.
In a joint statement released after the meeting, the tripartite called for continuing "the effective interaction that would have positive effect on the situation in Syria and the entire region and reduce the risk of ethnic and sectarian divide."
The three sides also emphasized that the Astana format and its achievements had become an effective instrument for contributing to peace and stability in Syria.

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