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Russia, Iran have 'unity of views' on Syria: Kremlin

AFP , Monday 23 Nov 2015
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Russia and Iran have "unity of views" on Syria, a spokesman for the Kremlin said Monday after President Vladimir Putin held talks in Tehran with supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Describing the meeting as "quite constructive", the spokesman said Iran and Russia were against "external attempts to dictate scenarios of political settlement in Syria" and any change in leadership should come through elections.

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