Chairman of the international information committee of the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan, Roman Vasilenko, said that all parties participating in the negotiations in Astana are continuing to work on the final document of the meeting.
The parties are also discussing the possibility to fix there the intention to fight against ISIS and Jabhat Fatah al-Sham in Syria, and promote the separation of the moderate opposition and terrorists.
However, according to Reuters, a spokesman of the Syrian opposition delegation Yahya al-Aridi said that the opposition did not plan to sign a final communiqué in Astana. According to him, it will be signed only by Turkey, Russia and Iran.
Meanwhile, UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said that the final document of the meeting in Astana is almost ready for approval.