Head of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Nasr Hariri, attributed the problem in Syria to the brutal practices of the Assad regime against civilians which led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands and the displacement of millions.
Speaking in the final day of the 54th Munich Security Conference on Sunday, Hariri stressed that discussions in the conference had largely ignored the root cause of the conflict in Syria, which he considered the heart of the problems of the Middle East.
Hariri highlighted the dire humanitarian situation in Syria resulting from the intensifying military attacks on Syrian cities and towns by the Assad regime and its allies. He said that that the Assad regime has repeatedly used internationally banned weapons, such as chemical weapons.
The problem in Syria is in the regime that killed half a million people, mostly civilians, and displaced 11 million more, Hariri stressed.
Hariri reiterated the Syrian Negotiations Commission commitment to political solution in accordance with the Geneva Communiqué of 2012 and UN Security Council resolution 2254 to reach a political solution meeting the aspirations of the Syrian people. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)