Istanbul Summit on Syria

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Istanbul Summit on Syria

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Russia's Putin, Germany's Merkel, France's Macron, and Turkey's Erdogan met in Istanbul's Vahdettin Pavilion.

It's an official residence of Turkey's president, including a state guest house. Joint four-party and bilateral talks were held.

Discussions focused on achieving a political solution to endless US-launched aggression, war in its eighth year with no prospect for resolution any time soon.

Other issues discussed included strengthening Syria's security and stability, helping its refugees return safely, and restoring the country's social and economic infrastructure – reconstruction an enormous task, requiring years and tens of billion of dollars to complete in conflict-free areas.

The US, Britain and Israel aren't involved in discussions. They're militantly hostile to Syrian sovereign independence, wanting end
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