The foreign ministers of Russia, Turkey and Iran have agreed to help hold the first session of the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva. "The ministers agreed to help hold the first session of the Constitutional Committee in Geneva," a joint statement on the Russian Foreign Ministry website said. The
The United States has welcomed the agreement between the Syrian government and the country's opposition to form a constitutional committee, which is expected to be a breakthrough for the political settlement of the crisis in Syria. "The United States welcomes the announcement by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that an
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro thanked Russia for its support for his country's sovereignty. "Russia has firmly supported its global leadership and Venezuela's sovereignty and its right to peace," Maduro told Russia-24, which was excerpted on Monday. "I thank Russia and the entire Russian people for their understanding and solidarity
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson played down the prospect of a breakthrough on Brexit during talks on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. Johnson, who has pledged to bring Britain out of the European bloc at the end of October, with or without agreement, is
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - If the investigation shows that Donald Trump has pressed President Zelinski to investigate Joe Biden, Trump's accountability will be the only option, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday. The head of the intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, said on Sunday that: "If the
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