Russia is in talks about sending troops to Syria, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

Russia is in talks about sending troops to Syria, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

On the negotiations with the Kazakh and Kyrgyz authorities said the head of the defense Committee of the state Duma of the Shamans. On the possible deployment of Syrian troops from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, said representative of the President of Turkey.

In areas of de-escalation in Syria can be accommodated by the military of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, reports “RIA Novosti”. As has informed Agency the head of the Duma Committee on defense, former commander of the airborne troops Colonel-General Vladimir Shamanov, now the Russian authorities are negotiating on this issue with Astana and Bishkek.

“Now go negotiations, the issue to members of the military police of Russia took part in the task of maintaining order in Syria, also worked out the supply issues our colleagues from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. There is a study of the issue. There are intentions and the beginning of the negotiation process, the decision is still pending,” — said the Shaman.

The MP also explained that the parallel negotiations with Turkey.

Earlier today, a representative of the Turkish President Ibrahim Kalin told the Haberturk television channel that the negotiations with the special representative of the President of Russia Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev discussed the possibility of placing in zones of de-escalation in Syria, Kazakh and Kyrgyz military.

But all of this requires detailed work: this article is about the card: who will go where, how many soldiers and where they will have. I.e., 300 or 500 soldiers need? Now in Idlib there are more than a million people. Now the military are discussing how many soldiers you need for the amount of the population. We expect that at the July meeting in Astana these issues will be specifically discussed.Ibrahim Calibratable President of Turkey

4 may 2017 at the talks in the capital of Kazakhstan, the delegations of Russia, Iran and Turkey signed a Memorandum on the establishment of four safety zones in Syria on the lines of contact between government and opposition forces. In accordance with the document, these zones will be located in the province of Idlib and parts of the provinces of Latakia, Aleppo and Hama, HOMS, Daraa and Quneitra, as well as in the Damascus suburb of East ghouta.

Along the borders of the zones of de-escalation is planned to create a “runway safety” checkpoints and observation posts, and inside, they should be forbidden all hostilities between the conflicting parties.

Later, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that in the future set for four security zones in Syria, the regime of de-escalation in the future will be extended to the entire territory of the country.

Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan together with Russia, Armenia, Tajikistan and Belarus are the Organization of collective security Treaty (CSTO).