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LONDON, January 23. /ITAR-TASS/. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday stated that the negotiations between the Syrian sides with the aim of putting an end to the armed conflict in Syria should include all the concerns of the two sides, including the future of President Bashar Assad.
The minister also said that the negotiations should begin with simple issues and advance to more complex ones. “I believe as long as the negotiation continues without disruption, then as the dialogue deepens and trust grows between the two parties, all issues should and can be resolved,” Wang emphasized.