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MOSCOW, January 28. /TASS/. The Syrian government delegation to Moscow consultations said on Wednesday it is ready to look at a number of the opposition’s proposals but thinks some of them are subject for more detailed discussion that might be held in Damascus.
"Representatives of the government delegation said they are ready to consider a concrete list of political prisoners whose release is demanded by the opposition, if we provide it. They also said they agree to set up a human rights committee. But they said this and other proposals be discussed at further talks," Majd Niazi, the leader of the opposition party Syria the Homeland, told TASS.
"They suggest another meeting be held in Damascus," she added.
Representatives of the Syrian opposition at consultations in Moscow have agreed in general a list of 10 proposals to stop bloodshed in Syria and launch a peace process. On Wednesday, this list was presented to a Syrian government delegation that has also arrived in the Russian capital city. Consultations between the Syrian authorities and the opposition will last till Thursday.