The Kazakh Foreign Ministry announced the date for the next round of multilateral Syrian peace talks which is set to take place in the country’s capital of Astana. Continue reading
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said that Astana talks have laid the foundations for ending hostilities in Syria.
Accepting the credentials of ambassadors of a number of countries in Astana, Nazarbayev said that Astana process laid the basis for the cessation of hostilities in Syria and constitutes, along with other process, a major contribution to establishing peace, security and development all over the world.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev on September 25, the Kremlin said.
Joint statement by Iran, Russia and Turkey on the International Meeting on Syria in Astana – 14-15 September 2017
The leaders of the BRICS countries affirmed their full support for Astana and Geneva paths on the crisis in Syria, calling for establishing a broad international counter-terrorism coalition.
Kazakhstan said on Tuesday that the next talks to try to thrash out a Syria peace plan in its capital Astana may be held in mid-September, after Russia had planned to hold them in late August.
The agenda for the next round of Syria talks in the Kazakh capital Astana was determined in an Aug. 7 meeting in Tehran of the three guarantor countries — Turkey, Iran and Russia — amid expectations that the Astana conference will be held in the last week of August. What is expected from this meeting between the Syrian government and opposition representatives?
Kazakhstan’s capital has started hosting a fifth round of talks between the Syrian government and opposition, with Iran, Russia, and Turkey as mediators.
A high-level US delegate is expected to attend international negotiations on Syrian reconciliation in Astana next week, Kazakh Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov said Monday.