domingo, 12 de abril de 2015

QADRI Jamil: "we had no illusions"

The differences have spoken louder and prevented an agreement on the third and final day of the meeting.

"We had no illusions that the meeting in Moscow could put an end to the crisis in Syria. But it is important to say that representatives of the regime and the opposition have reached an understanding on several issues "Qadri Jamil former Deputy Prime Minister responsible for Economic Affairs Syrian, currently in opposition.

Issues contained in the working document adopted by the parties and that retrieves some of the points already set in January.

"How can we sit at the negotiating table the other opposition representatives? This document destroys any sign of hope, "said economist Samir Aita of the Democratic Forum of Syria, an opposition group.

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