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Astana Talks Participants to Agree on Syria Safe Zone Maps, Borders - Kazakhstan

© AFP 2021 / Vasily MAXIMOVSenior Russian military commander Sergei Rudskoi (L) speaks during a news briefing on the situation in Syria, Moscow, May 5, 2017
Senior Russian military commander Sergei Rudskoi (L) speaks during a news briefing on the situation in Syria, Moscow, May 5, 2017 - Sputnik International
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According to Kazakh Foreign Ministry, Participants at international Syrian reconciliation talks will work to harmonize the borders and maps of de-escalation zones.

Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan Kairat Abdrakhmanov - Sputnik International
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ASTANA (Sputnik) Participants at international Syrian reconciliation talks in Astana will work to agree on the maps and borders of de-escalation zones next week, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry said Thursday.

"In particular, the parties will work to harmonize the borders and maps of de-escalation zones, documents regulating the activities of de-escalation control forces, the provisions on a coordination center," the ministry said ahead of the July 4-5 talks.

Russia, Turkey and Iran, the three guarantor states of the ceasefire in Syria, plan to adopt regulations on a detainee and prisoner release working group at international talks in Astana next week,  Foreign Ministry said.

"The guarantor countries intend to adopt a provision on a working group for the release of detainees/hostages, prisoners, the transfer of bodies of the deceased and the search for missing persons," the ministry said in a statement ahead of the July 4-5 negotiations.

Russia, Turkey and Iran, the three guarantors of the Syrian ceasefire, plan to meet one day ahead of international reconciliation talks in Astana for a joint working group session, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry stated.

"On the eve of the high-level meeting, the guarantor countries plan to convene a joint working group session on July 3," the ministry said in a statement ahead of the July 4-5 talks.

Participants of international Syrian reconciliation talks in Astana plan to adopt a declaration on the humanitarian mine-clearing of UNESCO World Heritage Sites next week.

"The parties plan to work out a joint statement on the humanitarian mine-clearing of the historical sites in Syria included on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list," the ministry said in a statement ahead of the July 4-5 talks.

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