The Syrian Coalition said that no one has the right to confiscate the will of the Syrian people to reach a complete political transition, adding that negotiations in Geneva must be centered on meeting the demands of the Syrian people, not on pleasing Assad and his allies.
At an emergency meeting of the Syrian Coalition’s political committee on Wednesday, member of the committee Fuad Aliko said that the Syrian people continue to take to the streets to chant for freedom and dignity and to protest against the Assad regime which has killed over 400,000 Syrians and displaced 13 million more.
Aliko stressed that the Assad regime does not offer anything to support the political process but instead hinders the delivery of humanitarian aid to the besieged areas and refuses to release detainees. He added that the Assad regime has recently escalated attacks on civilian areas across Syria, especially on Aleppo. (Source: Syrian Coalition)