GENEVA (Sputnik) — At the end of March round of peace talks, de Mistura made a list of 12 points with proposals on Syria’s reconciliation on which parties to the intra-Syrian talks might agree.
"Basically, our amendments, and there are not many, are qualitative in nature, and we gave them to the UN envoy [de Mistura], and asked him to find out the opinion of other opposition groups involved in the negotiations in Geneva, and to give us the answers," Bashar Jaafari said.
The head of the Damascus delegation also stressed that the idea of the appointment of three deputies under the incumbent Syrian President Bashar Assad is not included in the mandate of intra-Syrian peace talks in Geneva.
"He [UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura] told us during a meeting that he had heard about this offer from one of the members of the Group of Riyadh [Syria's opposition High Negotiation Committee], meaning he did not promote this idea. In any case, these suggestions are not included in the mandate of groups which meet in Geneva, everything that is connected with the presidency in Syria has no relation to the Geneva meeting," Jaafari told Sputnik.