Syria’s al-Assad will meet with Putin in Moscow on Wednesday.

According to al-administration, Assad’s Syrian President Bashar al-Assad landed in Moscow late on Tuesday for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to the official media of Syria and Russia, Al-Assad and Putin will meet on Wednesday.

According to a Kremlin statement, the two will talk about mutually beneficial political, humanitarian, and economic cooperation.

Russia has been an important ally of al-Assad since the Syrian civil war began in 2011.

Russia, Turkey, and Iran are the patrons of the so-called Astana format, where representatives of the Syrian government and opposition are negotiating the country’s future.

All three states have their own interests in Syria.

Russia, for example, maintains important military bases there.

Russian state media said Putin and al-Assad last met in September 2021 when the Syrian president travelled to Moscow. (dpa/NAN)

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