First a ceasefire in Syria, then aid and then — who knows — perhaps a political transition? Don’t bet on it, analysts warn, saying Washington has put too much faith in Moscow.
Efforts to end Syria’s brutal five-year civil war may hang by a thread, but Washington’s top diplomat will once again throw himself into the fray.
Secretary of State John Kerry set off on Friday for Saudi Arabia to consult with his Arab ally before talks on Syria in Vienna on Tuesday.
Once again, senior officials from the 17-nation International Syria Support Group (ISSG) will meet to reaffirm their support for peace.
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Source: The Kooza