ASTANA (Sputnik) — According to the information provided, the work on the final document is still ongoing. Russia, Turkey and Iran are expected to sign the communique, while Syrian government and armed opposition will present their own statements separately.
On the sidelines of the meeting, participating delegations said the talks could drag through Tuesday evening or even Wednesday, depending on the organizers' decision.
Commenting on the possible extension of the talks Syrian opposition High Negotiations Committee (HNC) member Naser Hariri said talks were likely to finish on Tuesday.
The Syrian settlement talks in Kazakhstan's capital brokered by Moscow, Ankara and Tehran, started on Monday. The talks brought together the delegation of the Syrian government and representatives of armed opposition groups for the first time since the beginning of the state's civil war in 2011.