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Russia has made public a package of agreements with the United States on the Syrian settlement, the country's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.[/caption]
Russia has made public a package of agreements with the United States on the Syrian settlement, the country's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
"We are publishing the text of all Russia-US deals on Syria and are calling on Washington to do the same, including making public the mandate of the Joint Implementation Centre on coordination of anti-terrorist air strikes in Syria," Xinhua news agency quoted the Ministry as saying in a statement.
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Moscow also urged Washington to fulfil its promise of separating the so-called moderate Syrian rebel forces from terrorist groups, saying that "flirting and conniving with terrorists would never lead to anything good".
On September 10, Russia and the United States announced a landmark agreement on a nationwide cease-fire in Syria, which both sides hope would lead to their countries' military cooperation to end more than five years of bloodshed there.
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However, crossfire resumed in the first hours after the week-long truce deal expired on September 19.