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    Opposition delegation list to Geneva II

    Zaman Alwasl-special | 2014-01-21 00:00:00
    Opposition delegation list to Geneva II

    Names of the Syrian opposition delegates to Geneva II, the talks will take place on Wednesday in Montreux, according to Zaman Alwasl source:

    -      Ahmad Jarba, National Coalition President

    -      Haytham Al Maleh, NC meber and lawyer.

    -      Nazir Al Hakim NC member and prominent Muslim Brotherhood member.

    -      Hamid darweesh.

    -      Micheal Kilo

    -   Bader Jamous, NC General Secretary. Cancled because his bloc the National Council quits the Coalition.

    -      Anas Al Abdeh.

    -      Suhair Atassi.

    -      Mohamed Hussam Hafez.

    -      Hadi Al Bahra.

    -      Mohamed Sabra.

    -      Rima Flaihan.

    -      Ahmed Jaqel.

    -      Ibrahim Bro.

    -      Ubeida Nahhas.

    -      Abdul Ahad Staifo.

    -      Four Army defectors (anonymous).

    Syria's main political opposition group in exile agreed on Saturday to attend internationally sponsored peace talks, and said for the first time three rebel fighting forces also wanted to take part.

    The agreement by the Syrian National Coalition - and the chance of fighters backing the process - will be a boost for Western supporters of the "Geneva 2" talks seen as the most serious global effort yet to end the near three-year conflict, Reuters said.

    National Coalition spokesman Louay Safi told Reuters the Soldiers of the Levant, the Syrian Revolutionaries Front and the Mujahideen Army all wanted "to have some representation within the delegation" at the talks on Wednesday in Montreux.

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