Radio Free Europe: Putin, Rohani Conclude Wide-Ranging Moscow Talks
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rohani, have held wide-ranging talks in Moscow.
The two presidents on March 28 praised their countries' roles in the Syrian conflict and expressed satisfaction with the Astana talks between the Syrian government and rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad.
Putin described the Astana process -- which is co-sponsored by Russia, Iran, and Turkey -- as "a major contribution to the further progress of a peaceful political settlement in Turkey."
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More News On Today's Meeting Between Russian President Putin And Iranian President Rohani
Russia and Iran discuss energy ties, Syrian settlement -- AP
Russia, Iran express support for Damascus’ efforts to combat terrorism -- TASS
Iran and Russia draw red lines in the sand as they try to agree on Syria -- Russia Beyond the Headlines
Iran good neighbour, reliable partner: Putin -- IANS
Putin meets with Iranian leader, touts 'reliable and stable partner' -- USA Today
Iran says Russia can use military bases on 'case by case basis' to launch strikes in Syria -- Business Insider
Iran's Rouhani Seeks Deals With New Friend Russia -- VOA
Russia and Iran say will continue efforts to curb oil output -- Reuters
'Future of Syria and Middle East Depends' on Cooperation Between Russia and Iran -- Sputnik