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MOSCOW, November 12 (Itar-Tass) — The coalition of the Syrian opposition forces will not conduct the dialogue with Bashar Assad and will seek to topple him, representative of the Syrian National Council Mahmoud al-Hamza told a press conference here on Monday.
“We will not conduct the dialogue with the ruling regime. All of us signed this in Doha,” al-Hamza said. “Everybody agreed that a fund for the support of the forces of the Syrian revolution should be created,” al-Hamza said.
“When Bashar Assad is toppled, a major Syrian conference will be convened,” al-Hamza added. The work of the coalition will not needed any longer, he underlined.