Russia, United States and the United Nations are slated to hold Syria talks in Geneva on Friday December 11th in an attempt to end the standoff between the two diplomatically. The trilateral talks will include the three parties according to Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov.
Talks aimed at ending the brutal war in Syria are set to be held in Geneva with the talks being trilateral bringing together Russia, the United States and the United Nations. The war in Syria has killed more than 250,000 people and forced millions out of their homes creating the refugee crisis in Europe.
The talks are expected to work out a framework and architecture for a ceasefire in Syria which has been experiencing airstrikes from both US-led coalition and Russia targeted at Islamic State Takfiri positions.
Russia and the United States have had a standoff and the talks are expected to encourage a joint effort intensification to annihilate the Daesh militants. Top diplomats from Russia have called upon the US counterparts to draw a list of “terrorist groups that we must not talk to and must fight together”.