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GENEVA, February 14. /ITAR-TASS/. The Syrian opposition is prepared to discuss the problem of terrorism, but at the same time it argues that an interim body should be established to address the issue, the spokesman for the National Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition forces, Louay Safi, said on Friday.
“We have no problems with discussing terrorism,” he said, adding that there is no mechanism for enforcing the six items of the Geneva communiqué.
“Without that nothing would happen,” Safi said.