“There are parties that have been at war with each other for six years sitting around the table in Astana. We are hopeful about the process. Parties that have strong opposing views will get to a point of negotiations as the talks continue,” he was quoted by Hurriyet daily as saying as the talks were being held in the Kazakh capital.
The talks taking place in the Kazakh capital commenced on Jan. 23 after a series of cease-fires were brokered by Russia, Iran and Turkey. The two-day meetings will be participated by the U.S. and representatives from the U.N., seeking to bring Syrian government representatives and rebel factions together.
He stated that Turkey defended a permanent and just solution in Syria, where Kurdish, Arab and other components would be included.
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