Israel and Iran ‘hold negotiations over Syria in adjacent hotel rooms with a mediator passing messages between them’
by George Martin
May 28, 2018
Israel and Iran have reportedly held a secret meeting to discuss the deteriorating situation on the Syrian border. The two nations allegedly sent representatives to stay in a hotel in Amman, Jordan in next door rooms. Jordanian officials then acted as mediators – passing messages between the two embattled parties – according to reports in Saudi wesbite Elaph. Although unconfirmed, the report suggested that Iran had reportedly pledged to stay out of fighting in southwest Syria between Syrian forces and rebel groups. READ MORE
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