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US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken tweets: "My G7 counterparts and I reaffirmed our commitment to a political resolution for ending the conflict in Syria and support to the reauthorization of the UN cross-border aid mechanism. We'll continue working to advance all aspects of UNSCR 2254 and end the suffering of Syrians."
- Syria was one of the topics of discussion at the in-person G7 foreign ministers summit from 3-5 May, with a number of bilateral meetings between the foreign ministers also taking place.
- While the Syrian civil war may have slipped below the radar in the geopolitical risk league table in recent months/years, the conflict continues to draw in regional and global powers in the form of Russia and Turkey, while acting as a breeding ground for Islamist terrorist networks due to the lawless nature of large swathes of the country.
- Significant US involvement in Syria remains an unlikely prospect though.