Russia, Turkey and Iran are convinced that the Syrian conflict has no military solution and can only be resolved in the political process. This is stated in the joint statement of the leaders of the three countries after the tripartite meeting. She passed on Wednesday, July 1st, via videoconference.
Moscow, Ankara and Tehran welcomed the holding of the meeting of the constitutional Committee on Syria in August. The country expressed its willingness to support its work. In addition, Vladimir Putin, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hassan Rouhani agreed to instruct its representatives to hold another meeting on Syria in the format stated in a joint statement published on the Kremlin website.
the leaders of the three countries also urged the international community to increase assistance to Syria, aimed at restoring the infrastructure and the return of refugees. Participants videocamera noted the need to facilitate the safe and voluntary return of refugees to their homes in Syria.
in Addition to Syrian perspective, the presidents reiterated their decision to strengthen trilateral coordination in various fields to promote joint economic cooperation.
the Presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran expressed their protest against attempts to capture income from oil, which should belong to Syria. Putin, Rouhani and Erdogan also believe that military strikes Israeli targets in Syria violate the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country and lead to increased tension in the region.
the Presidents condemned the decision of the US administration on the occupied Syrian Golan, which is a gross violation of international law and poses a threat to regional peace and security.
Vladimir Putin during a video conference on the Syrian settlement we noted the need for joint work in this direction and thanked the Iranian side for the initiative to hold a summit. He noted that the planned meeting of heads of the States-guarantors of the Astana process in Marche failed because of the situation with coronavirus.
Videosmith was broadcast channel “Russia 24” and the website Вести.Ru.