Syrian Opposition Refuses Direct Talk

24.01.2014 - Democracy Now!

The U.N.-brokered Syrian peace talks have hit a new snag today with opposition delegates refusing to meet directly with government counterparts. The two sides were due for their first face-to-face talks in Geneva after an opening round of speeches on Wednesday. But the Assad regime rejected the opposition’s pre-condition of endorsing the formation of a transitional government. U.N. envoy Lakdar Brahimi is shuttling between the two sides today to keep the meeting alive.

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