Peace talks meant to end five years of bloodshed in Syria were supposed to begin in Geneva on Monday. But disputes over the guest list have pushed the negotiations back to Friday — if they take place at all.
“We want to make sure that, when and if we start, to start at least on the right foot. It will be uphill anyway,” U.N. Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura, who will moderate the talks, told reporters on Monday.
He said invitations for what he’s now calling “proximity” talks would be sent out on Tuesday
See also: Russian bombs that killed ‘hundreds’ in Syria may amount to war crimes, says Amnesty Read more…
More about Middle East, Syria, Us World, and World
Powered by WPeMatico