The UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan De Mistura has announced that the 8th round of the Geneva talks between the Syrian government and the opposition will consist of two meetings.
The meeting of the representatives of the Syrian opposition will comprise members of the so-called Moscow and Cairo groups in addition to the Syrian National Coalition and military commanders of armed opposition groups.
The sixth round of Syrian peace talks is to begin under the auspices of the United Nations in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday in an attempt to facilitate a political resolution of the deadly conflict in the Arab country.
President of Syria Bashar al-Assad says the Geneva talks on Syrian conflict settlement gave no results.
The fifth round of talks on ending the Syrian conflict conclude in Geneva, without any significant progress.
The 3rd round of negotiations will take place on March 14-15 Astana.
Main opposition group hopes support from Moscow in negotiations will put pressure on Damascus.
The ongoing talks were likely to be suspended on Friday, with no substantial progress.
Syrian peace talks under the auspices of the United Nations have resumed in Geneva, 10 months after they fell apart over escalating bloodshed in the war-torn country.
Jabhat Fateh al Sham (formerly al Nusra Front) terrorists had reportedly rejected the Government’s proposal to surrender and attacked SAA units near al Qaboun and Harasta road in Damascus.