The Syrian Coalition said that the Assad regime’s violations of the truce agreement are designed to hamper efforts to resume the Geneva negotiations.
Member of the Syrian Coalition Khaled Nasser said that the Assad regime is not to be trusted as it continues military operations despite the fact that it agreed to the ceasefire agreement.
“By continuing to breach the truce, the Assad regime is clearly dodging negotiations aimed at finding a political solution based on the 2012 Geneva Communique and the relevant international resolutions,” Nasser added.
Nasser pointed out that the Assad regime will seriously engage in negotiations only under real pressure from its supporters, especially Russia, which has taken on the decision-making on behalf of the Assad regime.
Meanwhile, peaceful anti-regime demonstrators returned to the streets in Syria taking advantage of the relative calm following the ceasefire agreement. Demonstrators demanded the fall of the Assad regime and chanted for freedom and dignity in many cities and towns across Syria. (Source: Syrian Coalition)