Kremlin: Russia, Turkey and Iran seeking peace in Syria, the US does nothing

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February 12, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos

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MOSCOW, Russia – Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the media on Monday that the close cooperation between Russia, Turkey and Iran provides a significant backing for further peacemaking activity within the framework of UN efforts in Syria.

“As you may know, the Russian president has for the past few weeks maintained regular contacts with his Turkish and Iranian counterparts. This work will go on. It is expected to provide significant support for further peacemaking activity within the framework of UN efforts [in Syria],” Peskov said.

“As for the United States’ assistance in stabilizing the situation in Syria and advancing the search for a political and diplomatic solution, it has been in short supply,” Peskov continued.

“As you know, the Russian president has been maintaining contacts with his Turkish and Iranian counterparts, the work aimed at facilitating the United Nations peacemaking efforts will go on,” Peskov said.

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