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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has met his Russian counterpart to discuss the "unacceptable" attack on an aid convoy in Syria.
Mr Johnson met Sergei Lavrov while the pair were in New York for the UN General Assembly.
A spokesperson for Mr Johnson said: "The ministers discussed the crisis in Syria and the increase in violence in recent days, including the recent unacceptable attack on an aid convoy.
"The Foreign Secretary pressed for Russia to use its influence constructively and underlined the need for the international community to work together to resolve the conflict.
"The Foreign Secretary was clear that while ongoing disagreements mean it is too early to normalise diplomatic relations, it is right that both countries continue to discuss important global issues."
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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has called on Russia to use its influence to ensure the Syrian government complies with its obligations under the proposed peace deal agreed by Moscow and Washington.
"It's vital that the regime in Damascus now delivers on its obligations, and I call on Russia to use all its influence to ensure this happens," Mr Johnson said in a statement.
"They will be judged by their actions alone."