Secretary-General of the United Nations, "Ban Ki-moon" to admit the failure of the Vienna participants in the second meeting, which took place, on Friday, to reach agreement on a political solution to the Syrian crisis.
The Secretary-General - in a statement issued yesterday, the official spokesman and reached Anatolia copy of it, that "the differences are still significant among the participants, and participants will in the coming days working to narrow the prospects of the dispute between them."
He described the "Ki-moon" discussions witnessed by the Vienna meeting, were "frank and constructive, and addressed the key issues, but there are still major differences between the participants' discussions.
But Secretary-General stressed, at the same time, the foreign ministers participating in the meeting were able to reach an "understanding" on a number of points, including the "unity of Syria and the independence, territorial integrity, and the secular character of the state, and that regardless of race or religious doctrine, not We must protect the rights of all Syrians, and accelerate all diplomatic efforts to end the war. "
He added that it was also agreed to "ensure humanitarian access throughout the territory of Syria, and increased support for internally displaced persons and refugees and the host countries for them," and the emphasis on "the defeat of Daash and other terrorist groups, as defined by the Security Council of the United Nations."
And participated in yesterday's meeting of the foreign ministers of 17 countries, including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, which is participating for the first time in an international meeting like this.
It was the first meeting to discuss the future of Syria, held in Vienna on October 23 / October, with the participation of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, America, Russia, and Saudi Arabia and ministers, are expected to participate in the next meeting of Germany, Britain, France, Jordan, the UAE, Egypt, Iran, as well as the four countries participating in the previous meeting.
The US Secretary of State "John Kerry", said in remarks after the meeting, he said that the ceasefire and national elections free and fair under international supervision will be the beginning of a new political process in Syria.
He also stressed the Saudi foreign minister, "Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir," in similar statements, that a political solution to the crisis in Syria must stems from the decisions of the Geneva 1, and it is not the role of Bashar al-Assad at this point, noting that "the option in front of Bashar al-Assad is to step through the process political or defeat on the battlefield. "
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