Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov affirmed that finding a lasting solution for the crisis in Syria requires the participation of all forces including the Syrian Kurds.
“These negotiations should be only inclusive … including Kurds, to find a really lasting solution … and to enable Syrians themselves to decide their destiny.” Peskov said in a press statement on Friday.
“The Syrian government delegation which represents the legal authority participates in Geneva talks and we hope this participation to continue in a constructive way … and necessary flexibility will be displayed of course, within possible limits”. Peskov added.
He expressed Moscow’s regret that it had not received an apology from the Turkish regime for downing the Russian fighter jet in the Syrian airspace last November or even a hint by admitting its guilt.
Peskov confirmed the Kremlin’s confidence that those responsible for killing the Russian pilot will be held to account.
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