A general view of shows Syrian regime representatives, opposition delegates and other attendees as they take part in the plenary session of Syria peace talks brokered by Iran, Russia and Turkey in Astana on May 15, 2018. / AFP / Stanislav FILIPPOV
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Russia, Turkey and Iran will hold the next round of their Syrian peace talks in July in the Russian city of Sochi, not in the Kazakh capital Astana like their previous meetings, the three countries said Tuesday.The Syrian rebels said they would boycott the talks due to Russia's role as host. The July meeting announcement came from the latest round of Astana talks. Russia, Iran and Turkey began holding regular talks on the Syrian conflict in Astana at the start of 2017 .
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