Interim Prime Minister Ahmad Tomeh said that the international community is still hesitant about the Syrian Revolution “as all we have got so far does not live up to aspirations of the Syrian people. All what the international community offers are just promises of which barely quarter of them was fulfilled,” he added referring to the third international donors conference held yesterday in Kuwait.
Tomeh stresses that the Syrian people “will not accept the presence of Assad in the transitional period,” adding that Syrians have concerns have that their cause might be used as a bargaining chip in the negotiations on Iran’s nuclear file.
Tomeh also said that “we are trying to reach agreement with rebel factions so that the interim government can move to the liberated areas, pointing out that rebel factions do not object to establishing civil administration in Idlib so as not to repeat the tragedy of the city of Raqqa.” Tomeh addresses that the international community wondering: Do you want us to leave Idlib until it meets the fate of Raqqa? (Source: Syrian Coalition + Al Jazeera)