The sixth round of Syrian peace talks, brokered by UN, will begin in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday in a bid to implement a political resolution of the deadly conflict in Syria, Press TV reported.
The five previous rounds of the UN-mediated negotiations in Geneva brought together representatives from the Damascus government and opposition groups but failed to achieve concrete results.
Syria’s warring sides have also attended four rounds of peace talks brokered by Iran, Russia and Turkey in the Kazakh capital, Astana. The Astana talks have most recently produced a memorandum of understanding on de-escalation zones in Syria, sharply reducing fighting in the country.
The agreement also includes the creation of conditions to deliver medical assistance, the restoration of damaged infrastructure, and the return of displaced civilians to their homes.
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