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Ankara_ Turkey, Russia and Iran will have a new round of talks on the peace process in Syria later this month in Astana, the Kazakh capital, Radio Havana Cuba publishes.

The meeting will take place on the 28th and 29th of this month and will also include delegations from the government of Damascus and the armed opposition groups,  the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, Kairat Abdrakhmanov, informed.

Representatives of the United Nations and Jordan will take part in the talks as observers.

The peace process in Astana was initiated by Russia, Iran and Turkey in January 2017 with the aim of bringing together all the parties involved in the Syrian conflict at a dialogue table and trying to reach a political solution that complements the peace talks sponsored by the UN in Geneva.

The three guarantor countries agreed to establish de-escalation zones in the northern province of Idlib and parts of Latakia, Hama and Aleppo in an attempt to achieve a ceasefire between the parties.

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