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将在瑞士召开:叙利亚和平会谈

将在瑞士召开:叙利亚和平会谈

分类:时事politics   更新:2014/1/23   来源:网络

将在瑞士召开:叙利亚和平会谈

The Syrian government and the main opposition are attending the Geneva II summit along with international allies. The key issue, on which neither side appears willing to budge, is the future of President Bashar al-Assad.
    将在瑞士召开:叙利亚和平会谈
    A major conference aimed at finding a political solution to the three-year conflict in Syria that has left 130,000 dead is due to start in Switzerland.
    一次旨在解决叙利亚冲突的重要会议将在瑞士召开,该冲突已持续三年时间,造成13万人死亡。
    The Syrian government and the main opposition are attending the Geneva II summit along with international allies.
    The key issue, on which neither side appears willing to budge, is the future of President Bashar al-Assad.
    Differences were also laid bare on the eve of the summit, in a report accusing Syria of mass torture and executions.
    'Patience and persistence'
    The conference will begin in Montreux on Wednesday, and continue in Geneva two days later.
    This would be the first time the Syrian government and the opposition have met face-to-face since the start of the conflict which, in addition to the dead, has left millions of Syrians displaced.
    The first day will see speeches from some of the 40 or so foreign ministers who have gathered in Montreux.
    But as the delegations arrived, the main opposition National Coalition and the Syrian government were quick to set out their agendas on the future of Mr Assad.
    Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem was quoted by Syria's Sana news agency as saying: "The issues of the president and the regime are red lines for us and for the Syrian people. Nobody can touch the presidency."
    On his arrival in Switzerland, Badr Jamous, secretary-general of the National Coalition, told Reuters: "We will not accept less than the removal of the criminal Bashar al-Assad and changing the regime and holding the murderers accountable."
    BBC diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall says the UN secretary general will not want his peace talks to collapse into a shouting match, so the UN's main concern will be to get some sort of initial dialogue going on steps that will help beleaguered(围困的) Syrians.

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