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ABU DHABI, March 14. /TASS/. The United States’ position on the Syrian settlement is seen by the Saudi-backed Syrian opposition as ambivalent, Al Jazeera said on Sunday citing George Sabra, a member of the High Negotiations Committee (HNC).
Sabra was quoted as saying that the Syrian opposition has many questions to the United States’ policy towards Syria in general. These questions, in his words, are stemming from Washington’s ambivalent relations with the opposition and its relations with the European and Gulf allies.
He called on the United States’ side to "explain the level [boundaries] of the agreements between the United States and Russia as Washington’s position is not clear even to its allies." In its statements, the United States keeps on declaring its commitment to the Geneva-1 agreements on unity and territorial integrity of Syria, Sabra said, adding that as a matter of fact the United States was nourishing those backing separatism.