terça-feira, 19 de janeiro de 2016

Syria: Doubts rising over peace talks scheduled for next week

The UN reported, this Monday, it won't send invitations until there is "agreement among the countries who lead the process" on which the rebel factions that must mark presence in the work and called for the "intensification of efforts to reach a compromise" on the matter.

A week before the scheduled start of the talks in Geneva, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, a supporter of Bashar al-Assad, received in the Kremlin, the emir of Qatar, a country that supports rebels in Syria.

In the end, the head of Russian diplomacy, have reaped Lavrov, stated that "Qatar and Russia expect" that "the talks between the Syrian Government and opposition begin in the near future, this month, confirming growing fears of a postponement of the negotiations.

The war in Syria, which has made more than 250,000 dead over the past four years, has overflowed sometimes to neighboring countries such as Turkey, where, this Monday, a mortar shot apparently released a region controlled by the self-proclaimed Islamic State, reached the schoolyard in the border town of Killis, killing a woman and injuring three other people , including a teenage girl.

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