Syria said it wanted to partner with Lebanon for any peace talks with Israel. “The Syrian and Lebanese tracks have not separated and the reason is very clear,” Syria’s deputy foreign minister, Waleed Al-Mualem, told Syria’s Al Thawra and Kuwait’s al-Anbaa newspapers in a joint interview Wednesday. “When we negotiate with the Israeli enemy together we can achieve better results.”
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