Speaking at a joint news conference with his Syrian and Iranian counterparts Walid Al-Moallem and Mohammad Javad Zarif respectively, Lavrov stressed the necessity of respecting Syria's sovereignty and its territorial integrity.
Syrian rebel groups say they have launched a large-scale offensive to break the government's siege of eastern Aleppo, a contested city in the north of the country and the current focal point of the six-year war.
Aleppo, Syria's second largest city, remains divided between government forces in the west and foreign-backed terrorists in the east, making it a frontline battleground. Ten more high-ranking members of the Syrian regime have also been added to the list of people and bodies subject to EU sanctions, the UN Security Council announced after a meeting of COREPER permanent representatives, which implemented what had been indicated in the conclusions by the foreign affairs council on October 17 on Syria and those of the European summit, which had made a decision to exclude the threat of fresh sanctions against Russian Federation.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Friday called for "abidance by the principles of global law" regarding dealing with the Syrian crisis, mainly ones preventing interference in domestic affairs of countries and use of force, and settle disputes by diplomatic and political means.
The Russian defence ministry has said that neither Syrian nor Russian warplanes have bombed Aleppo for 10 days. They opened a corridor to the east for the month of August after pro-government forces first applied a blockade in July, but government forces were able to reinstate the siege in early September. The U.N. estimates 275,000 people are trapped inside with dwindling supplies of food and medicine.
It said at least one of the vehicles was driven by a suicide bomber for the al Qaida-linked Fatah al-Sham Front.
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Fatah al-Sham claimed credit for two auto bombs, saying in a statement that a "martyrdom-seeking fighter" drove a tank laden with explosives and parked it, before it was detonated and the fighter "returned to his brothers".
In a second statement it said a suicide auto bomb attack was carried out west of Aleppo.
Turkey's prime minister says the country will not participate in the United States' operation to kick the Islamic State group out of their capital Raqqa if Syrian Kurdish fighters are included.
"We will also discuss the Syrian situation very closely and confer with Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem on the delivery of humanitarian aid to Syrian people", he said.
Ammar Sakkar, military spokesman for the Fastaqim faction inside the city, said: "All the revolutionary factions, without exception, are participating in the battle".
"Our goals are common, therefore coordination between us continues on nearly daily basis and we are thankful" for Russian Federation, al-Moallem said.