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MADRID, October 9. /TASS/. The settlement in Syria is impossible without the help of Russia and the United States, foreign ministers of Germany and Spain Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Jose Garcia-Margallo y Marfil said on Friday.
According to them, Moscow and Washington need to cooperate in the fight "against a common enemy" — the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group operating in Syria.
The Spanish foreign minister pointed to the need of a concerted effort "of all interested parties", including Russia, the United States, Turkey and Iran. For his part, Steinmeier urged Moscow and Washington to deepen dialogue on the Syrian issue.