US-Russian-Israeli meeting to discuss Iran's future in Syria

"A meeting of representatives of Russia, the United States and Israel will be held in the near future in Jerusalem to discuss the Syrian issue and will focus on the Iranian presence in the country," the newspaper of al-Asharq al-Awsat reported.

 "The Head of the National Security Council John Bolton, his Russian counterpart Nikolay Patrushev and Israeli Meir Ben Shabaat are scheduled to meet in Jerusalem days later to discuss the future of the Iranian presence in Syria," the paper quoted from diplomatic sources.

The newspaper quoted from sources that did not mention their names, "The meeting will be held under the title of "discussing the regional security" in the Middle East, noting that the meeting is based on an understanding between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump on the need to give priority to ensuring the security of Israel."

According to the sources, "The three parties will discuss a "road map" linking the submission of America and its allies "incentives" to Moscow in Syria, such as reconstruction, legitimacy and lifting sanctions, in return for a Russian commitment to "concrete measures" on the control of Iran's role and the political process.



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