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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.