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France's Macron urges Turkey and Russia to agree ceasefire in Syria

Reuters Saturday, 29 February 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron urged his Russian and Turkish counterparts on Saturday to halt hostilities in Syria and agree to a lasting ceasefire, his office said.
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French President Emmanuel Macron urged Russia and Turkey to stop hostilities in Syria. Macron said he was “deeply concerned about the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe.” According to Reuters, he referred to the humanitarian crisis caused by the Syrian offensive and its allies in the province of...

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