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Austria: Leave the fate of the Syrian govt to the Syrian people - Iraqi FM01:03

Austria: Leave the fate of the Syrian govt to the Syrian people - Iraqi FM

Austria, Vienna
November 14, 2015 at 04:16 GMT +00:00 · Published

Following the Syrian conflict talks in Vienna, Saturday, the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said in a press statement that it is best to "leave the fate of the Syrian regime to the Syrian people."

Al-Jaafari went into detail about the several topics that were included in the Syrian conflict talks. He said ""we have started talks to reach common grounds on the following: the necessity of moving politically on all the opposition groups regardless if they were inside or outside Syria, a ceasefire to contain the risks, and also having new elections and new constitution and reassigning new everything."

Foreign ministers from up to twenty participating countries are expected to agree on the necessity of respect for Syria's unity and sovereignty, as well a concerted effort to tackle the militant armed movements operating insurgencies against the Syrian government, such as the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Jahbat al-Nusra.

The talks in Vienna started Friday and commenced on Saturday after at least 129 people were killed and more than 352 left injured in a series of coordinated attacks that were carried out at six different locations across Paris, Friday evening. The so-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Austria: Leave the fate of the Syrian govt to the Syrian people - Iraqi FM01:03
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Following the Syrian conflict talks in Vienna, Saturday, the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said in a press statement that it is best to "leave the fate of the Syrian regime to the Syrian people."

Al-Jaafari went into detail about the several topics that were included in the Syrian conflict talks. He said ""we have started talks to reach common grounds on the following: the necessity of moving politically on all the opposition groups regardless if they were inside or outside Syria, a ceasefire to contain the risks, and also having new elections and new constitution and reassigning new everything."

Foreign ministers from up to twenty participating countries are expected to agree on the necessity of respect for Syria's unity and sovereignty, as well a concerted effort to tackle the militant armed movements operating insurgencies against the Syrian government, such as the so-called Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Jahbat al-Nusra.

The talks in Vienna started Friday and commenced on Saturday after at least 129 people were killed and more than 352 left injured in a series of coordinated attacks that were carried out at six different locations across Paris, Friday evening. The so-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the attacks.