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(Worthy News) - The top U.S. and Russian generals are set to meet to discuss the situation in Syria, where the two countries, along with Iran and Turkey, have been militarily involved in the Middle East country's eight-year civil war.
U.S. General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Valery Gerasimov, chief of Russia’s military general staff, will also discuss other pressing matters when they meet in Vienna on March 4, a spokesman for the Joint Chiefs said.
"The two military leaders will discuss the deconfliction of coalition and Russian operations in Syria, plus exchange views on the state of U.S.-Russia military relations and the current international security situation in Europe and other key topics," said the spokesman, Colonel Patrick Ryder. [ Source: RFERL (Read More...) ]
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