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U.S., Russia to Open Center in Geneva to Monitor Syria Truce

An American-Russian core to safeguard a fast response to violations of a cease-fire in Syria will be non-stop in a entrance days in Geneva, a Interfax news group reported Tuesday, citing Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

Lavrov thanked a United Nations for their logistical support of a center, “where a troops of a dual countries will plead face-to-face a developments of a conditions on a belligerent in Syria,” according to Interfax.

“It’s a big, effective step forward,” Lavrov told a press discussion following his assembly with a UN special attach� for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, in Moscow, a Kommersant journal reported.

On Apr 29, a U.S. and Russia concluded on a “regime of silence,” or a relinquishment of hostilities in Syria starting from midnight of a same day. According to a agreement, a “regime of silence” practical for 72 hours to tools of Syria’s northern range of Latakia and for 24 hours to a suburbs of a collateral Damascus.

On Sunday, a Russian Defense Ministry announced a prolongation of a equal in a Damascus segment of Ghouta for another 24 hours.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/567836.html

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