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Envoy: Iran welcomes holding talks with PGCC member-states
Iranian Ambassador to Kuwait Alireza Enayati underlined that his country welcomes holding joint talks with the member-states of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council
Delegates gather in Astana for Syria ceasefire talks
Kazakhstan says delegations from Iran, Russia and Turkey are arriving in Astana for a third round of talks to put an end to the conflict in Syria.
Philippine government, communist rebels to resume talks
The Philippines’ government and communist rebels in the country have agreed to resume peace talks and reinstate a ceasefire after a recent escalation of clashes.
Iran sees progress in hajj talks with Saudis
Iran said on Sunday there had been progress in talks with Saudi Arabia on dispatching its nationals to this year's hajj pilgrimage, despite some remaining issues.
Terrorists’ presence at peace talks ‘perilous’
Syrian Ambassador to Tehran, stressing that only the Syrian nation has the right to decide for the future of Syria, said the presence of terrorists at the negotiating table is dangerous for peace process in his country.
UN Syria envoy: Talks set agenda for progress on peace
Syria’s first UN-led peace talks in almost a year ended on Friday without a breakthrough but the United Nations mediator said the warring parties now had a clear agenda to pursue a political solution to the country’s six-year-long conflict.
Russia says US, Franec, UK sought to ‘poison’ Syria talks
Russia has accused Britain, France, and the United States of having attempted to “poison” the atmosphere of the latest round of the intra-Syrian negotiations.
US cancels back-channel talks with North Korea: Sources
The United States has decided not to issue visas for a North Korean delegation that had been due to take part in planned “back-channel” talks with former US officials in New York.
Cyprus peace talks called off amid mounting war of words
A planned meeting between rival Cypriot leaders scheduled for Thursday was called off as a war of words over a nationalist commemoration in Greek Cypriot schools threatened reunification talks.
Report: Washington prepares to bring North Koreans to US for talks
Preparations are underway to bring senior North Korean officials to the United States for talks with former US officials, the first such meeting in more than five years, The Washington Post reported.
Syria talks delayed due to 'technical reasons'
Kazakhstan said Wednesday a new round of Astana talks on the Syria conflict led by Russia, Turkey and Iran scheduled to begin February 15 would be delayed by a day due to unexplained "technical reasons".
Syria talks in Astana 'to be held behind closed doors'
Kazakhstan said Tuesday that a new round of Astana talks on the Syria conflict led by Russia, Turkey and Iran will take place behind closed doors, as the make-up of any armed opposition delegation remained unclear.
Stoychev holding talks with Iran volleyball officials
Former Bulgarian volleyball player and head coach Radostin Stoychev is in Tehran to hold negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran Volleyball Federation (IRIVF) officials, and assess chances to take charge of Iran men's national volleyball team.
Syria peace talks get off to rocky start
Syria's government lead envoy and a militant leader traded barbs as the two-day peace talks between Damascus and armed opposition got underway in Kazakhstan on Monday.
Qassemi: Tehran will not renegotiate nuclear deal
French, Kuwaiti FMs to visit Iran

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