The Syrian government delegation meets with U.N. mediator Staffan de Mistura during Syria Peace talks at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, April 26, 2016. ((Denis Balibouse/pool photo via AP)
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The United Nations said Wednesday no date had been set for the next round of Syria peace talks, contradicting a report quoting Russia's deputy foreign minister as saying talks would resume in Geneva on May 10 .The HNC said Wednesday that it was up to the United Nations to say when peace talks would resume, but that it would not take part until its demands were met.De Mistura is talking about May 14-15 for starting the next round, a second Western diplomat said.De Mistura still aims to convene a ministerial meeting of major and regional powers under the International Syria Support Group (ISSG), before the next round is held, the second Western diplomat said.
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