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Syrian opposition ready to talk with sides not involved in bloodshed: statement


08:56, February 16, 2013

Key Words: Syria; Syria's crisis
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ISTANBUL, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- Syrian National Coalition, an opposition coalition based in Istanbul said Friday that it is ready to talk with all parties to pave the way for a political solution for the country's long-time crisis, except those who participated in bloodshed, according to a statement sent to Xinhua.

"All Syrians will be part of any future political solution, including those currently serving with the state institutions, Baathists, political, civil and social forces as long as they do not participate in any crimes committed against other Syrians," the Interim Political Advisory Committee of the coalition said in a statement after holding a meeting in Cairo.

It also expects "Russia to turn its statements about not adhering to having Bashar al-Assad into practical steps."

Meanwhile, the Syrian opposition warned that "Iranian government should realize that al-Assad and his regime have no chance to stay in power nor be part of any future solution for Syria," according to the statement.

The Interim Political Advisory Committee of the Syrian opposition coalition held its regular meeting to discuss the latest political and field developments.

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