A new round of talks involving the Constitutional Committee seeking a solution to the ongoing 11-year war in Syria resumed in Geneva Monday.
The five days of talks scheduled to end on Friday involve both the regime and the opposition and are taking place at Geneva’s Intercontinental Hotel instead of at the Palais des Nations, the European headquarter of the UN.
UN Special Envoy on Syria Geir Pedersen said at a news conference on Sunday he did not want to predict the outcome of the seventh round of talks after the last round in October ended in “disappointment.”
“It is now close to two and a half years since we had the first meeting. I will not pre-judge the outcome of this session,” Pedersen told journalists.
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