UN fails to break Deadlock in Syria talks

UN fails to break Deadlock in Syria talks

UN fails to break Deadlock in Syria talks

(Geneva) – The UN failed to break a deadlock at Syrian peace negotiations in Geneva, with talks interrupted after the regime railed against Washington instead of dealing with a transition of power. There was also no movement on bringing relief to besieged residents in Syria’s central city of Homs, where UN trucks are waiting for access to deliver desperately needed food and medical aid.
After a difficult morning meeting on the fourth day of talks, UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi said he had decided to cancel afternoon talks and reconvene the parties for “what I hope will be a better session”.
Expectations are low for a breakthrough, especially after the talks hit an impasse when the two sides failed to agree on even the basic principles of political talks.

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