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    Free Syrian Army Proposes Russia to Hold Talks on Cooperation in Syria

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    The Free Syrian Army proposed Russia to hold talks on the Syrian conflict resolution.

    PARIS (Sputnik) — Members of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have sent a proposal to Russia on holding talks in Cairo on cooperating in the Syrian conflict settlement, one of FSA founders said Sunday.

    "The Free Syrian Army is ready to a dialogue with Russia. We need to facilitate a new meeting, so we could express our position and discuss our joint actions…. We can make a joint decision on what kind of assistance Russia might provide to the Free Syrian Army," Fahad Masri told RIA Novosti.


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