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News Analysis: Syrian opposition's sudden desire for talks mirrors change in superpowers' stance (4)


08:56, February 06, 2013

Meanwhile, Esam Khalil, a Syrian parliamentarian, hoped that the opposition's new approach toward dialogue would be based on a realistic vision and not only a reaction to the state of depression after the failure of the armed rebellion inside Syria.

He said that the government in Syria can't "seriously consider" al-Khatib's calls "unless they express an overt and clear stances, " namely "rejecting foreign intervention in Syria, denouncing terrorism, hatred and sectarian speech as well as preserving the unity and sovereignty of Syria."

Khalil expressed hope that the national interest would prevail and the solution to Syria would be made purely by Syrians for the interest of people.

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