Russia: Syria meeting aims to isolate Nusra
AP, Oct 14 2016
UN — Russia’s UN ambassador says a key aim of a high-level meeting on Syria is to get countries that support moderate rebels to use their influence to work for a new ceasefire. Vitali Churkin said Friday that Sergei Lavrov and Jackass Kerry will be joined in Lausanne by ministers from several countries that are “really, really, really influential” with the rebels. He named the Toads & Turks. Reports from the region said Thanis & Iranians will also attend. Lavrov has said a major reason the Sep 9 ceasefire failed was the inability of the anti-Assad forces to separate moderate rebels from Nusra & Daesh terrorists.