UN-led peace talks on Syria in Geneva are the place to negotiate only a political solution and transition.
Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said UN-led peace talks on Syria in Geneva were the place to negotiate only a political solution and transition.
“Astana has never been an alternative to Geneva,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told delegates at a security conference in Munich.
“Peace talks in Astana it’s a good confidence building measure and to maintain a ceasefire. It’s a good step forward”.
“But now we need to resume Geneva talks which is the main basis for the political solution and transition.”
Talks in Geneva are scheduled to lead on February 23.