MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A Syrian opposition meeting is expected to take place on January 23, while intra-Syria talks under the auspices of the United Nations are scheduled for February 8.
"The idea of the meeting on January 26-27 is to simplify the formation of a united delegation," the source said.
According to the talks, six opposition figures have been invited to the event, including a representatives of the Kurds.
Russia and Turkey brokered a nationwide ceasefire between the Syrian government and opposition, which took effect at midnight local time on December 30 and may pave the way for peaceful negotiations.
The Geneva talks were originally slated for February 2016, but were suspended two days after beginning.
Since 2011, Syria has been torn by the violent conflict between the government forces and opposition, including a number of terrorist groups.
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