Bout barred from calling out of US jail, meeting relatives for 2 months - lawyerWorld August 23, 4:57
Russia marking day of defeat of Nazi forces in world’s biggest-ever armor operationSociety & Culture August 23, 3:18
Ukrainian president briefs other Normandy Four leaders about his trip to DonbassWorld August 23, 2:23
Normandy Four leaders support expected ceasefire in Ukraine — KremlinRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 23, 0:27
Russia beggining development of response to new anti-Russian sanctions by USRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 22, 23:14
Investigators claim to have enough evidence to prove Serebrennikov guilty of fraudRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 22, 21:35
Washington tries to use events in Khan Shaykhun to justify its strike on Syria — MoscowRussian Politics & Diplomacy August 22, 21:31
Egypt to receive 15 Russian 'Alligator' helicopters in 2017Military & Defense August 22, 19:57
Christophe de Margerie LNG tanker covers Northern Sea Route in record 6.5 daysBusiness & Economy August 22, 19:32
GENEVA, January 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Negotiations between the Syrian government and opposition forces in Geneva will resume on January 29, a representative of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces told Itar-Tass. Both sides have disagreements on some issues, he added.
“One cannot say that the process is stopped or broken,” the representative noted. “However, we think that the government’s delegation is not ready for negotiating. [Arab States Special Envoy for Syria Lakhdar] Brahimi decided to continue talks on January 29,” he continued.
The National Coalition representative noted that no consultations will be held later on Tuesday, January 28. “In particular, separate meetings of the sides with UN and Arab States Special Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi have not been planned yet,” he concluded.