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In Syria, an initial agreement to combat terrorism

On November 14, a meeting in Vienna of the International Support Group for Syria, composed of 17 countries, the UN, the European Union (EU) and the Arab League had led to an agreement on a proposed cease-fire followed by a process of political transition in Damascus.

It’s in this context that Julien Barnes-Dacey and Daniel Levy, two experts from the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), published a study recommending a continuation and intensification of diplomatic efforts, entitled “Renewed Syrian Diplomacy: from Vienna to Raqqa”.

Read the full article (in french) on La Croix website

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