No Turkish-Syrian-Russian meeting to be held this week – Syrian media
Pro-Syrian government al-Watan newspaper denied on Monday that the foreign ministers of Syria, Turkey and, Russia would meet this week.

On Sunday, Middle East Newspaper said that a meeting between foreign ministers of the three countries will be held on January 11 in Moscow.

However, al-Watan newspaper said, citing followers on the issue, that there are no scheduled meetings and “the published information is baseless.”

Holding such a meeting is the task of the specialized committees that were formed after the trilateral meeting of the defense ministers of Turkey, Russia, and Syria.

The committee aims to ensure the appropriate implementation of what has been agreed upon in the meeting.

In December 2022, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar and head of Turkish intelligence Hakan Fidan met with Syrian defense minister Ali Mahmoud Abbas and Syrian intelligence chief Ali Mamlouk in the Russian capital Moscow in the presence of Russian defense minister Sergei Shoigu, marking the first announced official meeting between Turkey and Syria since the beginning of the Syrian civil war in 2011.

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