Syria opposition says has reservations on Astana communique, proposes cease-fire textual content


ASTANA: The top of the Syrian opposition delegation to talks in Astana, Mohammed Alloush, stated on Tuesday he had reservations a few ultimate communique issued by Russia, Turkey and Iran, saying the rebels had submitted a separate cease-fire proposal.
“The Russians have moved from a stage of being a celebration within the combating and at the moment are exerting efforts to change into a guarantor. They’re discovering loads of obstacles from (Lebanon’s Shiite) Hezbollah forces, Iran and the regime,” he advised reporters after the talks within the Kazakh capital.
He stated he anticipated Russia to reply inside every week on the opposition’s cease-fire proposal and that the opposition would by no means enable Iran, which backs Syrian authorities forces, to have a say in Syria’s future.