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GENEVA, February 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia does not put pressures on Syria, contrary to what other countries have been doing, and bilateral consultations will go on, Syria’s first deputy foreign minister, Feisal Megdad, told a news briefing in Geneva on Friday.
"The Russian government is not putting pressures on us, contrary to what some other countries have been doing. We maintain a businesslike relationship with our Russian friends and we shall keep building a common stance on what issues are urgent for addressing within the Geneva agenda, how we should move on, and what is to be done to ensure the conference ends successfully."