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GENEVA, September 19. /TASS/. The representatives of Russia and the US in Geneva on a daily basis discuss the issues of the implementation of the agreements reached by the two countries on September 9, a diplomatic source told TASS on Monday.
Commenting on the press reports telling that the US Secretary of State John Kerry made a statement about the today’s meeting of the two countries’ representatives’ in Geneva, the source explained: "The operational response center for the ceasefire violations has been maintaining constant contacts in Geneva."
"The issues concerning the implementation of Russian-US agreements reached of September 9 are discussed during the meetings."
When asked if such a meeting took place today, the source said that these meetings have been taking place every day."
On September 9 in Geneva Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and the US Secretary of State John Kerry agreed to a five-document deal aimed at establishing a ceasefire in Syria and providing the groundwork for reviving the political process. These documents include agreements on separating the opposition from the terrorists, response procedures for ceasefire violations and also issues concerning humanitarian aid deliveries. The ceasefire came into force on September 12 but Russia’s Ministry of Defense has repeatedly pointed to the continuous violation of the ceasefire by the opposition forces.