The Turkish government has invited Russia and Iran to talks on September 7 to discuss the war in Syria, local media reported, with fears of an impending offensive by Syrian forces near the Turkish border.According to the Hurriyet newspaper, Turkey's presidential palace has called for the meeting in the context of the so-called Astana Process - a set of talks aimed at establishing ceasefires in the years-long Syrian civil war.
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