Russia, Iran, and Turkey will continue to cooperate in Syria to decisively defeat ISIS and other militants, the RIA news agency cited a joint statement by the nations as saying on Thursday.
The three powers were at international talks in Kazakhstan’s city of Nur-Sultan to discuss the Syria conflict.
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- Iran denies involvement in attacks on US forces in Iraq, Syria
- Syria Kurds seek help in rehabilitating ISIS-linked minors
- Council of Europe urges members to allow citizens who joined ISIS in Syria to return
- Turkey used child soldiers in Syria and Libya: US
- Russia says bid to allow Syria aid through Iraq a ‘non-starter’ despite UN calls
- Turkey in talks with Russia to extend Syria aid