On Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Michael Bogdanov, said that the agenda of the 14th Astana talks on the crisis in Syria will discuss what is really happening on the ground in Syria and the commitment of each side to its obligations.
“The agenda includes a general review on what is really happening on the ground, because there are traditional participants represented by the Syrian government delegation and the opposition, who discus events on the ground and how each side meets its obligations,” Bogdanov told Sputnik in an interview.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Kazakhstan affirmed that all sides to the Astana process on Syria will be participating in the 14th round of talks which will be held on Dec. 10-11, 2019, in Nur-Sultan.
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