The Syrian State Government has announced their 7 representatives that will attend the Peace Talks with the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD) on January 26th. This meeting will be monitored and facilitated by the Russian Government (Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov); it is expected to last 4 days.

The Syrian Government’s delegation is as followed:

1. Dr. Bashar Al-Ja’afari

2. Dr. Riyaad Haddaad

3. Dr. Ahmad Kizbri

4. Dr. Mohammad ‘Akkam

5. Dr. Ahmad ‘Arnous

6. ‘Amjad ‘Issa

7. ‘Usama ‘Ali

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