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UN envoy calls for new international dialogue on Syrian war


With no progress being made to end the ten-year conflict in Syria, the UN special envoy for the West Asian country called for a new round of international talks on concrete steps such as prisoner swaps and a nationwide ceasefire. called upon.

United Nations. With no progress being made to end the ten-year conflict in Syria, the UN special envoy for the West Asian country called for a new round of international talks on concrete steps such as prisoner swaps and a nationwide ceasefire. called upon. Geir Pedersen told the UN Security Council on Friday that the move would “promote internal and regional stability and build confidence.” Pedersen said, “It will not be easy”. That all important parties are interested in taking the dialogue forward and therefore “we need a new meaningful international dialogue on Syria”.

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He said he was in regular contact with Syria’s close ally Russia and senior US officials supporting the opposition, before and after the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden earlier this month. He said he is also in regular contact with the 15-nation Security Council and important countries in the region.

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Pedersen said he would travel to Rome to talk to foreign ministers at a meeting on Syria convened by Italy and the United Nations and would leave for Moscow shortly afterwards. He also plans to talk to the leaders of Turkey and Iran to end the conflict in Syria. Asked when the new international dialogue could start, he said, “I hope we are not talking too many weeks.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.

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