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MOSCOW, January 29. /TASS/. Struggle with terrorism was one of the main issues on the agenda of inter-Syrian consultations in Moscow, the moderator of the Moscow conference of Syrian government and opposition representatives, Dr. Vitaly Naumkin said on Thursday.
Dr. Naumkin is Director of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
"The fact brings all the parties to the consultations closer to one another, since there is not a single person in Syria who wouldn’t be alarmed by the threats of terrorism," he said. "This item was entered in the list of coordinated principles."
"Counteraction to this threat could draw together all the patriotic forces in Syria," Dr. Naumkin said.