Moscow: The Syrian opposition members at negotiations in Moscow have drawn up 10 proposals for the settlement for the country`s conflict, leader of Syria`s opposition Popular Front for Change and Liberation Qadri Jamil said Wednesday.
"This list exists, it provides for, among other things, the cessation of bombing attacks and disarming of armed groups," he said, adding that these issues are most vital.
"Stopping bloodshed is now the priority. And more general issues should be left for the Geneva-3 talks," said the politician.
Commenting on previous reports alleging that the Syrian government delegation and opposition have failed to come to terms, Jamil said that the consultations` participants were not aiming to sign a settlement by all means.
"We certainly hope to reach consensus, we still have time," he said.