The U.N. peace envoy for Syria will host Iran, Russia and Turkey for talks on drafting a new Syrian constitution on Sept. 11-12, a United Nations spokeswoman said Friday.
Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura has been tasked with setting up a committee to write a new constitution for the war-ravaged country.
The main foreign powers backing the project are Russia and Iran, as well as Turkey.
Representatives of the three nations will meet de Mistura over two days at the U.N.’s European headquarters in Geneva, spokeswoman Alessandra Vellucci told reporters.
De Mistura has said he wants to have the constitutional committee in place before world leaders meet at the General Assembly in New York in late September.
Source: National News Agency