The Syrian opposition’s Negotiations Committee on Wednesday convened in the Saudi capital of Riyadh to discuss the latest round of talks in Geneva and the establishment of an administrative and executive structures for the Committee.
Khalid Al-Mahamid, Deputy Head of the Committee, said: “The aim of the meetings is to discuss all the issues related to negotiations that were put forward during the latest round of talks.” He added that the Committee will work on the establishment of a cohesive structure and the distribution of tasks by establishing an administrative structure that will serve the Committee’s negotiation strategy.
Mahamid pointed out that the latest round of talks would have produced positive results had it not been for the refusal of the other party to enter into direct negotiations and to engage seriously to reach a political solution that is needed to put an end to the suffering of the Syrian people.
Mahamid stressed that the implementation of international resolutions, most importantly the Geneva Communique of 2012 and UN Security Council resolutions 2118 and 2254 to bring about full and radical political transition is the most feasible way to restore stability and security to Syria. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)