Russian Foreign Ministry: Damascus and Kurds seek Russia’s help
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the Syrian government and the Kurds would like Russia to help them build dialogue.
According to him, Damascus and Ankara also need to build contacts and Moscow is ready "to play a supportive role and promote dialogue."
The foreign minister also pledged that Russia was ready to back the decision on amending the Adana Pact on the border regime between Turkey and Syria if the sides endorsed that move.
"If during the contacts the sides believe it is necessary and mutually acceptable to somehow specify or amend this deal, this will be their decision. We will certainly back and support it," TASS cited Russia’s top diplomat as saying.