Turkey, Russia, Iran agree on roadmap to solve Syria’s Tragedy

Syria’s Tragedy – With Turkey, Russia and Iran getting an agreement on an eight-step “joint declaration” in the direction of outcome a solution to the continuing humanitarian tragedy in Syria at a meeting in Moscow, a reproachful statement came from the United States, which was left on the sidelines. On Tuesday, State Department spokesman John Kirby said, “…we recognize that we weren’t invited, that this was between Russia, Turkey, and Iran.” Remarking on the Moscow meeting and the usefulness of the Western states, especially the U.S., specialists have stressed that the West has “failed” to hold its effect over the Syria crisis predominantly throughout the intensifying tragedy in Aleppo.

Following the meeting with Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Iran’s Javad Zarif, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov publicized late on Tuesday that a joint declaration was settled on to find a solution in Syria. As Lavrov said, “The most competent and effective format for solving the Syrian crisis is our current trilateral format,” Çavuşoğlu stressed, “The best resolution [for Syria] is a political solution and we believe in this. We have to emphasis on this.” In that respect, eight steps are to be taken by Turkey, Russia and Iran in efforts to revive the political process and end the Syrian conflict.

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