Moscow, SANA-Activities of the consultative forum among the Syrian parties started on Monday in Moscow to put a framework for a dialogue conference among the Syrians to solve the crisis in the country.

Moscow consultations are held away from direct media coverage to ensure calm atmospheres to avoid mistakes of Geneva talks.

More than 28 figures from “the Syrian opposition” arrived in Moscow  and started their closed-door talks- to be completed tomorrow, before a Syrian official delegation participates in the meetings, headed by Syria’s permanent envoy to the UN Bashar al-Jaafari on Wednesday to listen to the ideas of the opposition figures.

Russian Foreign Ministry said the opposition figures talk to each others in a neutral place without any representations from any country, adding that the mission of the assistants is restricted to help the opposition figures launch the dialogue, but they have to understand that they should live in Syria, a sovereign country in light of territorial integrity.

Syria has repeatedly affirmed that going to Moscow forum aims to meet with different opposition figures to discuss the basis on which the Syrian-Syrian dialogue should depend, on top of which Syria’s unity, sovereignty and combating terrorist organizations.

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