Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the negotiations will start on July 10 in Kazakhstan, coinciding with UN-backed peace talks in Geneva.
Day one of the Syria peace talks on Monday did not produce a breakthrough. Heading into day two parties say they want to consolidate the ceasefire that took effect in December.
The planned meeting is seen as another step towards finding a political solution to end the six-year conflict in Syria.
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