Syrian opposition refusal to observe truce challenges Russian, US efforts
Sep14

Syrian opposition refusal to observe truce challenges Russian, US efforts

The refusal of 21 groups of the Syrian opposition to observe the regime of cessation of hostilities is an outrageous challenge to Russia’s and the United States’ efforts, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday. “According to media reports, leaders of 21 armed opposition groups in Syria, including Ahrar al-Sham, have refused to obey by the provisions of the truce that came into effect from September 12. These groups plan to...

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Lavrov: Attemtps to present Syrian opposition as one group violation of UN SC resolution
Sep10

Lavrov: Attemtps to present Syrian opposition as one group violation of UN SC resolution

Attempts of sponsors of one of the Syrian opposition groups to paint is as the only representative of the government’s opponents in the negotiations process are in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2254, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said today after talks with US State Secretary John Kerry.   “Some countries try to stage provocations and present one of opposition groups as a structure that...

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Russia considers walkout of Syrian opposition’s chief negotiator “cheap self-advertising”
Jun02

Russia considers walkout of Syrian opposition’s chief negotiator “cheap self-advertising”

Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has described as a cheap show and a gesture of disrespect towards the international community the ostensible walkout from the intra-Syrian talks, staged by the so-called ‘chief negotiator’ of the High Negotiations Committee, Mohammed Alloush. “Alloush, who represented the radical group Jaysh al-Islam in the Nigh Negotiations Committee, claimed he was leaving in protest...

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Chief Syrian opposition negotiator resigns over failed peace talks
May30

Chief Syrian opposition negotiator resigns over failed peace talks

The Syrian opposition’s chief negotiator in stalled UN-brokered peace talks, Mohammed Alloush, announced his resignation on Sunday (May 29) citing the failure of the Geneva negotiations and the continued shelling of rebel-held areas by President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. “The three rounds of talks were unsuccessful because of the stubbornness of the regime and its continued bombardments and aggressions towards the...

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