Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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"[The ministers] focused on the organization of negotiations in Geneva between representatives of the Syrian government and its opponents aimed at resolving the conflict in this country. It was also agreed to assess the Geneva talks progress during the next meeting of Syria Support Group in Munich on Feb. 11," the statement reads.
According to the UN Security Council Resolution 2254, the two ministers stressed the necessity to discuss counter-terrorism efforts, humanitarian issues, and political reforms during the talks.
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