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DAMASCUS, (SANA) – Damascus reiterated yesterday that the political process should be led by Syria and that the Syrian people have the exclusive right to decide the future of their country. The constitution and everything related to it is purely sovereign.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Walid Al-Moallem met yesterday with the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Syria, Mr. Nader Pedersen, and the accompanying delegation. The meeting reviewed a number of topics and ideas related to the political process, , According to the agency «SANA» news.
Al-Moallem reiterated Syria’s readiness to continue cooperating with the Special Envoy to facilitate his mission by facilitating Syrian-Syrian dialogue to reach a political solution that serves the interests of the Syrians and preserves the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Syria.
Al-Moallem stressed that the political process should be led by Syria and that the Syrian people have the exclusive right to determine the future of their country. He stressed that the constitution and everything related to it is a purely sovereign matter that the Syrians themselves decide without any external interference. The United Nations and all Security Council resolutions relevant to Syria.
For his part, the Special Envoy to Syria expressed his happiness to return to Damascus in order to continue to consult with the Syrian government, which will lead to progress in the political process, stressing that he will spare no effort to reach a political solution in accordance with the principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and Security Council resolutions International organizations.
Pedersen pointed out the importance of taking a number of steps that would help advance the political process. He stressed the importance of this process being led and owned by Syria to ensure the desired success and affirmed the full commitment of the United Nations to the sovereignty and unity of Syria and its independence.
The meeting was attended by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Faisal Al-Miqdad, Assistant Minister Ayman Sousan and Director of the Special Office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Mohammed Al-Omrani.
Pederson’s visit comes after his participation in the “Brussels 3” conference of donor countries, which was held from 12 to 14 this month in the Belgian capital, and discussed the Syrian file in the absence of the Syrian government.
This is the second visit by Pedersen to Damascus since his appointment. He told reporters on his arrival at his residence in Damascus hotel, according to the AFP news agency, that his discussions in Damascus “will revolve around ways to implement Security Council resolution 2254.”
Pedersen took over on January 7, replacing Stefan de Mistura, after the latter failed.
Last week, Pederson confirmed in an interview that his work as an intermediary is to facilitate the political process between the Syrian parties to determine the areas of understanding and areas of disagreement. He pointed out that his UN mandate in Resolution 2254 was “clear, dealing with the government headed by President Assad” However, the UN resolution does not talk about presidential and parliamentary elections. “The resolution does not say that, it says a constitutional process,” he said. Therefore, elections are held without specifying them. “He believed that Resolution 2254” begins and affirms respect for the sovereignty and unity of Syria and then talks about the long suffering of the Syrian people and the fight against terrorism. “

Translated from Alwatan News Syria

Piederson in Damascus again .. and confirms the United Nations’ full commitment to the sovereignty and unity of Syria and its independence … Teacher: the political process under the leadership and ownership of Syria only .. The Constitution is sovereign

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