"Of course, we intend to participate. The delegation will be the same as at the first meeting," Agha said.
The Syrian peace talks were expected to restart in Switzerland on February 25 after the previous round failed in Geneva on February 3.
This week, Russia and the United States announced an agreement on the cessation of hostilities between the Syrian government and armed opposition factions in the country. The agreement will come into force on February 27.
The Syrian opposition's High Negotiations Committee has sent remarks to the United States regarding the proposed mechanism for cessation of hostilities in Syria, Agha told Sputnik.
"The HNC has studied the agreement reached by Russia and the United States on a truce in Syria, we assessed it as positive. In order to achieve more success in Syria, we have made a few comments which will be taken into account… These remarks are outlined in a letter which may already have been delivered to the United States," Agha said.