Syrian National Council rejects Geneva peace talks

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 - 11:25


The largest group in Syrias opposition coalition says it will not take part in proposed peace negotiations in Geneva.


Syrian National Council leader George Sabra said the group would pull out of the umbrella coalition if it took part in the talks.


He said his faction would not negotiate with the Syrian government, adding that conditions for talks were not right while Syrians continued to suffer.


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