Two-day Astana conference to begin on November 28 with participation of ‘guarantor countries’ and Syrian delegations.
Delegations of the Syrian government and the opposition are also expected to attend, Abdrakhmanov was quoted as saying by Russia‘s Tass news agency on Monday.
The November talks will be the 11th conference organised by Moscow, Ankara and Tehran, including nine held in Astana.
The biggest achievement of the trio is the creation of de-escalation zones, which they claim to have reduced the level of violence in the country.
The last Moscow-led conference in the Astana format took place in Russia’s southern city of Sochi in July.
Syria’s war has killed more than 360,000 people since it started in 2011 with the police crackdown on anti-government protests.
The Syrian government has regained control over the majority of the country’s territory since the Russian military intervened in 2015, backing President Bashar al-Assad‘s government.
On Saturday, the regime recaptured a volcanic plateau in the south of Syria from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) armed group after weeks of fighting.
State news agency SANA reported that pro-government forces had made “a great advance in Tulul al-Safa” and were combing the area for any remaining ISIL fighters.