Syrian regime ready for talks with opposition in Moscow
Opposition sources said on Monday that at 35 people were killed in clashes across the country.
Politically, the Russian Foreign conveyed that the Syrian regime and agreed to hold talks with the opposition in Moscow.
Russia had suggested to both the regime of President Bashar al-Assad and the opposition that they should meet in Moscow for "informal contacts" without any preconditions, the foreign ministry said. "Our offer has already received a positive response from the Syrian authorities. We are expecting that the opposition will also give their assent in the next days and put the interests of the Syrian people before any other ideas," it added.
Meanwhile, Fayez Sara, a prominent Syrian opposition said the military approach adopted by the Syrian authorities to resolve the crisis turned into a chronic crisis, and eventually led it to the path of internationalization. According to him, the Syrian opposition from the beginning said it wants to resolve the crisis at the hands of the Syrians, pointing out that what was needed is a cooperation between the government and the opposition
and the street. He stressed that the decision by the regime to resort to the military force turned the issue into a "disaster. "
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