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MOSCOW, February 11. /TASS/. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has refused to comment on the plans for declaring ceasefire in the war-torn Syria on March 1.
"Now I would not give any comments as the process is very fragile, the coordination is underway," Peskov told reporters, adding that there is no talk of any "unanimity in the Syrian settlement process."
In comments to media reports that Russia suggests declaring ceasefire in Syria on March 1, Peskov has urged to avoid speculation on the issue and wait for the official statements.
"Let’s not speculate on any data," he said. "No plans have been made public officially, so let’s proceed from this."
Peskov reminded that "Russia has been consistently making efforts in the context of settlement jointly with other countries that are participants of the settlement process."
"I would not run ahead now," the Kremlin spokesman said.