On the sidelines of the United Nations meetings in New York, a quartet ministerial meeting was held on Tuesday comprising the foreign ministers of Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, to discuss the issue of the displaced Syrians.

The meeting took place in the context of a joint initiative by the Lebanese Foreign Minister, Gebran Bassil, and Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu.

They agreed to form a committee of experts tasked to prepare a joint working paper to be later discussed by the ministers, who in turn will take up with the countries and parties concerned with the displaced Syrians’ dossier.

Attending foreign ministers fully agreed on the principle of displaced Syrians’ return as the sole final solution to this crisis, provided that the conditions are secured, notably the support of the states and parties responsible for financing the return.

Source: National News Agency

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On the sidelines of the United Nations meetings in New York, a quartet ministerial meeting was held on Tuesday comprising the foreign ministers of Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, to discuss the issue of the displaced Syrians.The meeting took place in the context of a joint initiative by the...