United States Secretary of State John Kerry said he will head to Moscow next week to talk with Russian President Vladimir Putin about his troop withdrawal from Syria and the prospects for peace in the war-wracked country. Kerry said he would talk with Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov about how we can move the political process forward.
But the top US diplomat

warned that lasting peace will be impossible without a genuine political transition away from the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who has resisted any notion of stepping down. News of Kerry's Moscow trip came as Syrian peace talks continued for a second day in Geneva and the first Russian military personnel returned from Syria to cheering crowds waiting to greet them.

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