Russia, Iran and Turkey agreed to hold the next Astana format summit in Tehran in February or March 2022, depending on the coronavirus situation, Senior Assistant to Iranian Foreign Minister for Special Political Affairs Ali Asghar Khaji told TASS on Wednesday.
Iran, Russia, and Turkey that act as the guarantors of an all-Syria cease-fire issued a joint statement in support of the resolution of the Arab country’s conflict on the sidelines of a gathering aimed at devising a new Constitution for the war-weary nation.
Russia, Iran and Turkey are working on the agenda for the next international high-level meeting on Syria in the Astana format, which was postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a briefing.
Russia, Iran and Turkey, Astana peace process guarantors, expressed satisfaction with the progress reached in finalizing the Syrian Constitutional Committee composition, the three countries issued a joint statement.
The guarantors of the Astana talks on Syria – Iran, Russia and Turkey – condemned the recent US move to recognize Israel's sovereignty over Syria’s Golan Heights and called it a threat to the regional security, a statement said on Friday.
Ankara and Moscow have censured US Special Envoy for Syria James Jeffrey’s recent call for an end to peace talks on Syria in the Kazakh capital, Astana, emphasizing that the process – mediated by Iran, Russia and Turkey -- contribute to a political resolution of the conflict in the Arab country.
National Center of Manuscripts and Rare Books of the Kazakh Culture and Sport Ministry will play host to the exhibition 'Iranian art in Mahmoud Farshchian miniatures' organized by the cultural center of the Iran's Embassy in Kazakhstan.