Syrian FM: No international force to patrol de-escalation zones

Foreign minister says government will not accept foreign forces patrolling any of the newly established 'de-escalation zones'.

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    Syria's foreign minister says the government will not accept foreign forces patrolling any of the newly established so-called de-escalation zones.

    It is part of a deal struck by Russia, Iran and Turkey to reduce violence in Syria, but it has had a shaky start.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Gaziantep on the Turkey-Syria border.


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