‘Syria could see new political process’

9d171e096cf2770403924e4aeddfa0fa_LSyrian Minister of National Reconciliation Ali Haidar says the planned Geneva peace conference on the Syria crisis is a new beginning for a ‘political process’ in the country.

The Syrian minister added, “Anything could be discussed and most importantly the structure of the future political system of Syria during the conference”, adding that all sides must take part in the proposed peace talks “without preconditions.”
On May 7, Russia and the United States agreed to convene an international conference on Syria, which will serve as a follow-up to an earlier Geneva meeting held in June 2012. The event is expected to be held in mid-November.
The exact date of the conference has changed many times, as there is a rift among Syria’s foreign-backed opposition coalition over taking part in the second Geneva talks. Russia and the US have also remained divided on who should attend the talks.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Syrian minister slammed the Takfiri militants operating in Syria and their foreign sponsors, saying that Damascus is aware “that the size of the foreign aggression and the war against Syria was big.”

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