High-level diplomats from Iran, Russia and Turkey were meeting Tuesday with the U.N. envoy for Syria about creating a committee to revise the war-battered country's constitution.
Hossein Jaberi Ansari, a special envoy for Iran's foreign minister, said a "good result" could emerge from the talks.
UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura told reporters Tuesday that his ongoing discussions with Syria's ceasefire guarantor states — Russia, Iran and Turkey — on the formation of the constitutional commission and situation in the province of Idlib were intensive and interesting.
Asked whether the talks were focused on constitutional commission or Idlib as well, the UN envoy replied: "on everything."
De Mistura met informally with members of the three delegations on Monday.
The talks are set to focus on creating a constitutional committee under Syrian government Russia, Turkey and Iran have been working together as "guarantors" for a series of talks around "ending Syria's war."