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ASTANA, March 14. /TASS/. Setting-up of a workgroup for exchange of prisoners of war in Syria will be the central issue at the international meeting on peace settlement in Syria, a new round of which is held in the Kazakhstani capital Astana on Tuesday and Wednesday, Kazakhstan’s Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov said commenting on meeting.
"The guarantor countries say provision on the reconciled areas and on a workgroup for exchange of information on prisoners of war will be among the issues under discussion," he said. "Mine-clearing at humanitarian facilities, including the ones that have UNESCO protection, and purely military problems will also be discussed."
On Tuesday, participants in the Astana meeting hold preliminary consultations and on Wednesday, a plenary session.