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AFP: Syria government to return to Geneva talks Sunday

AFP: Syria government to return to Geneva talks Sunday

7 December 2017 | 10:14 | FOCUS News Agency
Damascus. The Syrian government delegation will return to Geneva on Sunday for peace talks hosted by the United Nations on ending the country's brutal conflict, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, AFP reported.
"The Syrian government delegation will arrive in Geneva on Sunday to take part in the eighth round," state news agency SANA reported, citing a foreign ministry source.
The government delegation was absent for the resumption of the talks on Tuesday following a weekend break.

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Reuters: Syrian government delegation postpones departure to Geneva talks: report

Reuters: Syrian government delegation postpones departure to Geneva talks: report

27 November 2017 | 13:30 | FOCUS News Agency
Geneva. The Syrian government delegation has postponed its departure to U.N.-backed peace talks that are due to resume on Tuesday in Geneva, the pro-Syrian government newspaper al-Watan writes, Reuters reported.
The office of U.N. Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura said it would not comment on the travel plans of the Syrian government.
The al-Watan report cited diplomatic sources in Geneva saying the Syrian government was annoyed by a statement that emerged last week from a Syrian opposition meeting in Riyadh.
Syrian opposition groups stuck by a long-standing demand that President Bashar al-Assad be gone from power before a political transition. Damascus viewed the statement as a “return to square one”, al-Watan reported
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