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GENEVA, February 20. /TASS/. The timeframe for the meeting of the ceasefire task force of the International Syria Support Group has not been yet established, Jessy Chahine, spokesperson for UN special envoy on Syria Staffan de Mistura, said on Saturday.
"We will let you know. We don't know yet," Chahine said, commenting on the possibility of holding the meeting on February 20. "We are on stand-by."
The meeting was previously scheduled for February 19 but later cancelled.
"The Office of the Special Envoy for Syria (OSE) has been supporting the co-chairs in the organization of the International Syria Support Group Ceasefire Task Force meeting," Chahine said on Friday.
"Preparatory meetings are still ongoing. The OSE Secretariat will notify of the revised timing for the plenary Ceasefire Taskforce as soon as available," she added.
The decision to set up the ceasefire task force was made at the meeting of International Syria Support Group in Munich on February 11.