The de-escalation zones established by Russia, Iran and Turkey in Syria have led to “a discernible reduction in levels of violence”, a UN commission said.GENEVA (Sputnik) – The de-escalation zones in Syria, agreed on during the Astana talks, led to a a discernible reduction in levels of violence near Idlib and western Aleppo, chair of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic Paulo Sergio Pinheiro said Wednesday. “The de-escalation zones agreed by Russia, Iran and Turkey, the guarantors of the last round of the Astana talks, have resulted in a discernible reduction in levels of violence in the zones around Idlib and western Aleppo,” Pinheiro said speaking before the UN Human Rights Council, as quoted by the organization. … Next »
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