"The internal opposition cares about the continuation of the dialogue and supports it. We are ready to go to Astana and Geneva. Staffan de Mistura has already started to prepare for a new circle of dialogue in Geneva, it should be in the beginning of February," Krydee said.
The date of the meeting in Astana has not been discussed yet, as it will depend on the positions of Damascus and the Syrian opposition whether the negotiations will take place or not, Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov said.
"We believe in dialogue and are supporting it, and we need to have a new democratic Syria with a new vision and constitution, we need to finish this war," Krydee added.
On Wednesday, de Mistura mentioned during a briefing he considered the Astana talks a stage and a contribution which would complement the work of the United Nations on Syrian reconciliation.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has expressed support for the initiative and expressed readiness to provide a platform for such talks.