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John Kerry in Moscow on Tuesday U. S. secretary of state in town for talks from Syria the aim is to narrow differences over Syria peace plan , I think the world benefits , powerful nation , with a long history with each other have the ability to be able to find common ground , and today I hope we can find some common ground , first stop Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov followed by meeting with president Vladimir Putin , Reuters Moscow correspondent Christian low says there wasn't much warmth between them it's also true that Russia really don't want to achieve a political , Syria and they understand very clearly that in order to do that we need to narrow the differences between them in the United States and I think I like the USS Syrian president Bashar al Assad must go wild rusher insists he must be involved in any political transition thanks very , and everyone objective the rejection of the international community , if you're going to also at odds over which rebel should be involved monster that from groups backed by the U. S. to terrorists , Tuesday's meetings come ahead of a third round of international talks on Syria set for Friday in New York that debate now in real down Russia and the U. S. taunt narrow that difference