New Round of Syria Peace Talks in Geneva
New Round of Syria Peace Talks in Geneva

New Round of Syria Peace Talks in Geneva

New Round of Syria Peace Talks in Geneva

The UN envoy for Syria will meet on Monday with representatives from Iran, Russia and Turkey in Geneva to work towards a new constitution for the war-ravaged country. Talks in the Swiss city are aimed at setting up a constitution-drafting commission and organizing elections in an attempt to end seven years of civil war. Staffan de Mistura, the UN envoy told TASS that the talks are “very important”. "I am very interested in this meeting because it is very important," De Mistura stressed. Hossein Jaberi Ansari, senior aide to Iran’s foreign minister, will head the Iranian delegation to the meeting. Ansari was slated to hold talks with the representatives of Russia and Turkey–as the guarantor states of the Syria ceasefire–as well as de Mistura on Monday evening. The representatives of Iran, Russia and Turkey and de Mistura will attend a quadrilateral meeting to review the latest development in the Arab country on Tuesday.


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