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19 September 2017 - 18:12
News ID: 2555
Publish Date: 12:20 - 02 November 2013
Tehran, YJC. National Security Spokesman says it is highly doubtable whether the Geneva II talks will bear fruit.

Hossein Naqavi Hosseini says that the Syrian opposition is so diverse and incongruent that the Geneva II talks are hardly likely to come to any point.

In interview with ICANA, the Spokesman of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Majlis provided comments on a US official’s threats to disintegrate the Syrian opposition coalition and said "The Geneva I decisions are not enacted, some of the meeting attendances having even taken actions in contempt of these decisions.”

He also said that it is not clear whether influential countries such as Iran will be attending the upcoming meeting "because it is obvious that the West cannot end the Syrian crisis without Iran at the Geneva II.”

He further stated that while some Syrian opposition members expect the terrorists to be supported at Geneva II, yet some other believe that such support must be stopped.

He pointed to Walid al-Moalem’s statement that Syrian officials will attend the meeting only if it is held for the Syrian people and said that the meeting will surely be held for the Syrian, and that if the governmental representatives and opposition members can arrive at a common point, the negotiations can lead somewhere desirable.

He further stated that that Lakhdar Brahimi does not enjoy ample international support, and that despite Iran’s favorable offices, "The UN special envoy to Syria has not been able to exert his international role in the country so far.”


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