Parties intervened in Syrian crisis will meet in Turkey next month

 Russia, Turkey and Iran which intervened in the Syrian war would meet next month in Turkey, the Kremlin said.

Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Russian president, said on Tuesday that the tripartite meeting between Russia and Turkey, Iran, which is actually involved in the Syrian crisis, will be held next month in Turkey

Peskov referred to the so-called Constitutional Commission, which has not yet been formed.

Russia, Turkey and Iran are intervening countries actively involved in the fighting in Syria. Russia and Iran support the Syrian regime, while Turkey supports mercenary and terrorist groups such as Jabhat al-Nusra(Hayat Tahrir al-Sham).

The last round of tripartite meetings between the heads of the three countries involved in the crisis, which calls itself the "guarantor" was held in the Russian city of Sochi, mid-February.



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