High-level diplomats from Iran, Russia and Turkey have met the UN envoy for Syria about creating a committee to revise the war-battered country’s constitution.
The talks, held on Tuesday September 11th, are set to focus on creating a constitutional committee under Syria's Russian- and Iranian-backed government.
Russia, Turkey and Iran have been working together as "guarantors" for a series of talks around ending Syria's war.
As reported by AP, a special envoy for Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Jaberi Ansari, said a “good result” could emerge from the talks.
Replying to a question about whether Iran shared concerns about a possible humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib, he said, “We are worried too. We are trying to avoid this.”
Vladimir Putin's special envoy for Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev, declined to answer a question on his way into the talks about whether Russia would stop its airstrikes.