Astana group insists there is no military solution to Syria crisis

Iran, Russia and Turkey - guarantors of the Syrian peace process – have issued a joint statement insisting that “there could be no military solution to the Syrian conflict”. The statement was issued on Monday (August 5) as the three countries held their 13the round of talks in Nursultan, the new name of Kazakhstan’s capital, on August 1-2. Nursultan is the new name of Astana. It has been the host of talks between the three countries as well as the United Nations and the warring sides in Syria. The talks are known as the Astana process or format. In this round of talks international bodies such as the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross were also present. The full text of the statement is as follows:....................

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