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The official spokesman of the Syrian National Council, Louay Safi, stated that Bashar Assad and the Russian Foreign Minister want to negotiate with an “opposition which they create with members such as the regime’s Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil. Safi described the “group as a structure that is not separate from the that of the regime.” This came in response to the Russian Foreign Ministry’s rejection of the Syrian Coalition…
The Syrian National Coalition calls on “international organizations like Red Cross and Crescent and Doctors Without Borders, to act quickly” on what it described as “a growing humanitarian and health crisis in the besieged areas.” The Syrian Coalition request that the UN Security Council pass an emergency resolution in which: “the  Assad regime would be forced to open humanitarian corridors to the besieged area in Syria.” The Coalition’s statement adds,…
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 00:00

Friends of Syria: No Assad in Future Syria

In a statement released today, the Friends of Syria stated that, “Assad and his partners whose hands have been soaked in blood will not have any role in Syria.” Further to that the Syrian Coalition will be “the sole representative leading the opposition’s negotiation team at the Geneva 2 conference.” The Friends of Syria stated that the conference should lead to the establishment of a transitional government with full executive…
Press StatementSyrian CoalitionIstanbul, TurkeyOctober 21, 2013 The city of Muadamiyah has been under siege for over a year now. The people of Muadamiyah face starvation and death, as Assad’s forces deny these civilians access to basic food, water, and medicine. It has become clear that the Assad regime is following a systematic policy of starvation and intimidation against civilians in different areas across Syria.  The following is the text of a letter…
The Syrian Coalition has published an open letter from the people of Muadhamiya directed to the people of the world. The letter hopes to turn the attention of humanitarian organizations, including the United Nations, onto the constant suffering the people face living in Muadamiyah. The letter reads: “Dear brothers and sisters, our friends, we have managed today to find enough power to run a computer and connect to the internet.…
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