Pakistan media widely cover Syria trilateral summit

Islamabad, Sept 8, IRNA - Pakistani electronic and print media in their reports have given wide coverage to Tehran's trilateral summit on Syria.

Daily ‘Dawn’ said that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during a trilateral summit in Tehran on Syria said ‘the fires of war and bloodshed in Syria are reaching their end,’ He added that terrorism must “be uprooted in Syria, particularly in Idlib.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also took part in the meeting.

“Idlib isn't just important for Syria's future, it is of importance for our national security and for the future of the region,” Erdogan said.

‘Express Tribune’ reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin told the summit to decide the fate of Syria’s last major rebel bastion Idlib that Damascus has every right to take back all its territory.

“The legitimate Syrian government has a right and must eventually take under control all of its national territory,” Putin told Iran’s Hassan Rouhani and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the summit.

‘Radio Pakistan’ said Russia, Turkey and Iran at their talks in Tehran have called for a political settlement of the Syrian conflict.

A joint statement issued after a trilateral summit between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Hassan Rouhani and Vladimir Putin in Tehran.

They emphasized their strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Syria, as well as to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter and highlighted that these should be respected by all.'

Russia, Iran, and Turkey also called for the United Nations and its humanitarian agencies to help Syria by providing additional humanitarian aid.

‘The Nation’ said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who hosted a trilateral summit on Syria said 'fighting terrorism in Idlib is an unavoidable part of the mission of restoring peace and stability to Syria.'

A statement released at the end of the talks reaffirmed Iran, Russia, and Turkey’s commitment to keep working together.

Daily ‘Business Recorder’ said leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran have discussed a step-by-step stabilisation in Syria’s Idlib, with a possibility of peace with some rebel groups.

‘Dunya news’ TV channel said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who hosted the trilateral meeting on Syria said 'fighting terrorism in Idlib is an unavoidable part of the mission of restoring peace and stability to Syria.'

‘Geo Tv’ said that Iran, Russia and Turkey have held talks to bring peace and stability in Syria. A statement released at the end of the talks reaffirmed their commitment to keep working together.

Daily ‘The News’ reported that Iran, Russia and Turkey discussed Syria situation at Tehran summit. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who hosted the meeting, also warned against a “scorched earth” policy, but said “fighting terrorism in Idlib is an unavoidable part of the mission of restoring peace and stability to Syria.”

‘Daily Times’ said Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan, Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani, in a meeting in Tehran on Syria, agreed in a final statement that there could be no military solution to the conflict and it could only end through a negotiated political process.

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