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Russia, Iran and Turkey to discuss Syria's Idlib at Monday summit: Kremlin

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
The leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran will discuss the difficult situation in Syria's Idlib province when they meet in Ankara early next week for a summit, Yuri Ushakov, a senior Kremlin aide, said on Friday.
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Russia, Iran and Turkey will meet in Ankara on Monday to discuss how to improve the situation in north-west Syria

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