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Vladimir Putin Said Peace In Syria Must Be Achieved Through Diplomatic Efforts

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Vladimir Putin Said Peace In Syria Must Be Achieved Through Diplomatic Efforts

Vladimir Putin Said Peace In Syria Must Be Achieved Through Diplomatic Efforts

Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke out about the conflict in the Middle East.

He said peace in Syria can only be reached by political and diplomatic efforts.

According to Reuters, Putin made these comments in a joint news conference with Turkey and Iran leaders.

The Russian president said the list of the Syrian constitutional committee has been fully agreed.

He added that Russia was ready to support the Syrrian army in targeted actions on terrorists.

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