Russia says no agreement over inviting Iran to Syria talks

Gennady GatilovThere is no final agreement yet on whether Iran will be invited to an international conference to be convened in January to seek an end to the conflict in Syria, the Interfax news agency cited Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov as saying on Monday.

“Questions about the external players that will be invited to the conference require further discussion,”
Interfax quoted Gatilov as saying in Geneva, where he was among the Russians meeting U.S. officials and U.N. Syria mediator Lakhdar Brahimi to discuss the conference.

Reuters

  • 5thDrawer

    Iran and Saudi ‘players’ at a side-table. ?? :-)))))

  • 5thDrawer

    Iran and Saudi ‘players’ at a side-table. ?? :-)))))

  • Guest

    Sometimes the bottoms of the Crosses found on Russian churches will be adorned with a crescent. In 1486, Tsar Ivan IV (the Terrible) conquered the city of Kazan which had been under the rule of Moslem Tatars, and in remembrance of this, he decreed that from henceforth the Islamic crescent be placed at the bottom of the Crosses to signify the victory of the Cross (Christianity) over the Crescent (Islam)

  • Guest

    Sometimes the bottoms of the Crosses found on Russian churches will be adorned with a crescent. In 1486, Tsar Ivan IV (the Terrible) conquered the city of Kazan which had been under the rule of Moslem Tatars, and in remembrance of this, he decreed that from henceforth the Islamic crescent be placed at the bottom of the Crosses to signify the victory of the Cross (Christianity) over the Crescent (Islam)