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ASTANA, January 24. /TASS/. The Syrian opposition delegation will not sign the Astana meeting communique drawn up by the guarantors of the Syrian ceasefire, said Yahya al-Aridi, an opposition spokesman.
"There will be no signing," he said. "The guarantor countries, that is, Russia, Turkey and maybe Iran, will just release a document."
A source in the Syrian government delegation told TASS that Damascus representatives also did not plan to sign the communique. "This document is being drawn up by the guarantor countries in order to present it to other talks participants," the source added.