Syrian opposition faction leader warns Geneva talks may break down

Moscow,  The UN-hosted talks between Damascus and the Syrian opposition in Geneva may collapse, which would severely stonewall the peace process in the war-torn country and exacerbate security issues in the region and around the world, head of the Syrian opposition’s Moscow group, Qadri Jamil, said on Tuesday.

“The Geneva process is a crucial mechanism for implementing the UN Security Council’s Resolution 2254 (on Syria),” Jamil said. “Certainly, the Geneva process may fail, but this does not mean that the whole peace process would collapse. The Geneva process is only one of the mechanisms for enacting Resolution 2254.”

Jamil stressed that although the situation is complicated, the Geneva process is still ongoing.

Source- Al-Masdar News

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