BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:20 P.M.) – The Secretary-General of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, Nasser Al-Hariri, told British Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, that his group is ready to commit to peace talks with the Syrian government under no preconditions.

“This visit was an important opportunity for the UK to discuss with the Syrian opposition our common efforts to end this outrageous humanitarian catastrophe and end the suffering that the Syrian people have endured for more than seven years,” Johnson said in a statement.

According to the minister, the manifestations of cruelty on the part of the Syrian authorities, including the use of chemical weapons, as well as the unwillingness of the Syrian president to participate in the negotiations, complicate the task of achieving a peaceful settlement.

“But it remains clear to us that only a political settlement will ensure a stable, bright future for the Syrian people.” Nasser al-Hariri and the Syrian opposition once again expressed their desire to participate in direct negotiations with the Syrian regime and Russia without preconditions,” Johnson said.

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unkown
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They waited seven years of bloodshed and support for al-Qaeda white helmets and now that those groups are on the verge of defeat they want peace talks? SAA gained everything via b****y war why should they talk about peace when they are on the winning track?

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jmNZ

There already is an opposition, in the Syrian parliament: about 70 MPs.
Why doesn’t Johnson or, better, al-Hariri, talk with them?

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Lies and more Lies . Straight out of Goebbels and anglo-zionist play book.
Don’t cry for me takfiri.
LONG LIVE SYRIA AND THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC.

Tim Hadfield
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That snake of a clown is totally untrustworthy.

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Stern Daler

Johnson is of Turkish descent and they & Brirs are constantly changing minds and side.

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George King

I didn’t know the UK had declared war, what peace talks is (Johnson) he talking about?

Nasr al-Hariri, chief negotiator for the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Syria’s umbrella opposition group, said he welcomed the US keeping 2,000 troops inside Syria, so long as it helped bring a political settlement.

Nasr al Hariri is still chanting Syria is committing genocide in Eastern Gouda (false flag) chemical weapons by Syria! This has been debunked and UK doesn’t want to talk about it or the poison attack in UK? More theater of the Absurd! Go fish……

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Tsar

Brits and yanks are ready to surrender then I take it.

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“But it remains clear to us that only a political settlement will ensure a stable, bright future for the Syrian people.” LOL the future these misfits were advocating was the bright future for GENE and other western interests and certainly not Syrian people. They have been out-maneuvered and beaten in the field, the longer you linger with surrender the lesser are your chances of getting anything, pardon from Assad included…

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Rudy Verbuyst

His last move to save the few remaining MI 6 and SAS !