Kazakh Foreign Ministry Spokesman Anuar Zhainakov also told TASS that United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de.
The plan prescribes that only military police units and military advisers as well as a contingent necessary for the protection of facilities in Hmeymim and Tartus will remain in Syria, Russia's Kommersant newspaper reported Monday citing its military and diplomatic sources.
United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura is not participating in the seventh global Astana meeting on resolving the situation in Syria, Kazakh Foreign Ministry Spokesman Anuar Zhainakov said.
During the talks, the two sides discussed the latest political and field developments in Syria and exchanged views on the Syrian-Syrian dialogue to resolve the Arab country's crisis through peaceful ways. "Although he had some reservations, he supported this initiative of Russian Federation".
Mr Lavrentyev also said Russian Federation hopes Turkey can stabilise the situation in Syria's Idlib Province where Moscow believes there is a high threat of attacks by militants.
During the September round of Astana talks, Iran, Russia and Turkey, the three states that serve as guarantors of the Syrian ceasefire, agreed on all four de-escalation zones in Syria.
The Iranian and Turkish officials talked about the previous agreements reached in Astana-6 Talks on Syria as well as the de-escalation zones in Idlib.
"We expect that by the end of this year (Syrian) government forces will restore control over the eastern border of the Syrian Arab Republic and the "Islamic State" won't exist anymore as an organized military structure", Shamanov said.
The Iranian diplomat also sat down with Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal who is leading the Turkish delegation in Astana negotiations.