Syrian opposition divided over Geneva II peace talks?

Last Updated: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - 14:08

Zee Media Bureau

Washington: It seems that trouble is reportedly brewing in Syrian opposition ahead of crucial peace talks due to take place in Switzerland on Wednesday.

Divided over attending Geneva II peace talks, the Syrian National Council (SNC) has decided to part ways with the Syrian National Council (SNC), as per an international news agency report.
The recent controversy took place shortly after United Nations (UN) invited Iran to take part in Geneva talks following which the Syrian opposition threatened to not attend the peace talk.

After Iran said that its attendance should not be based on any precondition, United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon was “deeply disappointed” and UN later withdrew its invitation.
The Syrian regime headed by Bashar al-Assad will be part of Geneva peace talks and will negotiate with the opposition to make way for a transitional government to end the ongoing bloody war.

World powers including US and Russia will be attending the peace talks among other nations.

(With Agency Inputs)




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