Assad sets red lines in the talks of the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva

Syrian President Bashar al Assad announced that the Damascus delegation will not discuss, during the meeting of the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva, issues related to the stability of Syria.

In an interview with the Russian “Zvezda” channel published on Sunday, Assad stated that the party supported by the Syrian government is matched by another party in the Constitutional Committee’s talks, whose formation has been determined by the “Turks”.

Assad expressed his conviction that Turkey and the countries supporting it, including the United States and its allies, are not interested in the work of the Constitutional Committee constructively, and that its demands aim at weakening and fragmenting the Syrian state, and this is what, according to the Syrian President, many regions and countries on which Washington imposes constitutions that push them to discord and chaos, not to stability.

Assad stressed that the Syrian government does not accept this approach and refuses to negotiate issues related to the stability of Syria.