Moscow is open to interaction with the international coalition led by the United States in Syria, but so far it does not see reciprocal willingness on its part, Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
"The Russian side keeps the door open to interaction of any level for which the U.S.-led coalition is prepared. So far we don't see, so to speak, reciprocal willingness. This is really so," Peskov said in a televised interview shown in a Saturday news program hosted by Sergei Brilyov.
Russia has proposed exchanging information on targets and on various groups that someone qualify as moderate opposition in Syria, and this has been known for a long time, Peskov said.
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