Lavrov: Syrian war over, opposition must contribute to peace
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said the war in Syria has come to an end and called on the opposition to make a “constructive contribution to a comprehensive political process.” This should focus on promoting a long-lasting settlement and providing humanitarian aid for civilians, he said in an interview. “The country is gradually returning to a normal, peaceful life,” Lavrov noted, except for ”some hotspots of tensions in the territories that are not controlled by the Syrian government, such as Idlib and the eastern bank of the Euphrates.”
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Looks like the white helmets are finally being written off. An excellent meeting indeed.
Time for Iranian Shiia to Go Home!
The Real Threat is 80 Nations Possess Drones Eventually be the Perfect Vehicle for Delivering Biological & Chemical Agents! Fear is Rogue Terrorists as ISIS will use on Shiia Regimes as they choose?
He, like anyone else who believes the war is over in Syria or Iraq for that matter are deluding themselves.Sunni and Shia will always be at war.There will soon be bombings in cafes,market places etc.
Crown Prince of jihad DOB, Dead On Bombs! POTUS Obama got Father & POTUS Trump Ended the Son’s Life! The Fate Of All Terrorists! Inshallah!
Time for EU, Gulf States, China & Russia Rebuild Syria!