The statement came during a two-day meeting in Nur-Sultan, the recently renamed Kazakh capital.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has confirmed the effectiveness of the Astana talks on settling crisis in Syria.
Foreign Ministers of the three states have agreed to meet in in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana and discuss the possibility of starting of the new round of Syria peace talks.
Ambassadors of Russia and Kazakhstan have discussed the preparations for the start of a new round of peace talks on Syria in Astana city.
The talks started May 3 when all the participants arrived at Kazakhstan capital, Astana city. May 4 saw the talks where Russia proposed to create so-called ‘de-escalation zones’ of ‘safety zones’ in Syria mainly in territories controlled by the opposition.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the Syrian peace talks to continue in Kazakhstan’s capital without specifying the date for the next meeting.
The talks took place on Jan 23-24 in Rixon Hotel in the Kazakhstan’s capital city and included the representatives of Syria, Iran, Turkey, Russia, US ambassador, UN, Syrian opposition and various groups considered by the official Damascus to be terrorist formations (for example, Jaish al Islam).
Representatives of the Syrian government and opposition groups have gathered in the Kazakh capital Astana to hold peace talks, with senior diplomats from Iran, Russia and Turkey mediating the process.
The U.S. on Thursday acknowledged it received an invitation to a meeting in Kazakhstan to help pave the way for negotiations to end the six-year Syrian war.
Turkey and Russia expressed their readiness to invite the representatives from the United States to the upcoming Syrian peace talks. Earlier Russian leader Vladimir Putin has stressed the need to respect the interests of Washington as one of global players in the region.