Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Syrian Peace Talks : January 23rd Kazakhstan


TASS
ASTANA, January 11. /TASS/. Kazakhstan confirms its readiness to host the talks on the Syrian settlement in Astana, the country’s Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov said during the open debate in the UN Security Council on Tuesday.

"Once again the Kazakh leadership’s readiness was confirmed to provide a venue for talks in Astana on establishing peace in Syria," the country’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.

During the debate on conflict prevention and sustaining peace, the Kazakh side drew the attention of participants to "the importance of joint efforts of preventive diplomacy, promoting and enhancing measures of trust, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, resolving conflicts and countering international terrorism," the ministry said.

The talks on Syria in Astana are scheduled to be held on January 23
Of course I'll be following those talks

It’s being reported the “rebels” prefer to talk at the UN sponsored Geneva talks

"Behind the scenes we know that the opposition is not keen on these talks," Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker, reporting from Gaziantep on the Turkish side of the Syria-Turkey border, said.

"What they want to attend is the UN-sponsored talks in Geneva scheduled for February," she added.

"We are hearing that perhaps a low-level delegation by the Free Syrian Army and the High Negotiations Committee bloc could attend. At the same time, they are saying if violations of the ceasefire in besieged areas continue they will not do that."

7 comments:

  1. I'm honestly very, bery scared that something bad is going to happen, & that the Astana talks won't take place.

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    1. Hi Rescue: I agree. The US/UN and co do not want Astana talks to take place-

      I'm actually thinking something will occur in Turkey tomorrow- Friday the thirteenth..
      worrisome-- expecting a possible assassination attempt- another professional attack something tomorrow- two weeks after the nightclub- whatever it may be?

      The nightclub was not the usual PKK attack and it bodes badly for something else to happen.. Nor was it ISIS in the usual sense

      I saw the video of the ruckus in the parliament in Turkey---

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  2. I find very much to agree with within Magiers' analysis. I'm afraid the Syrian situation is far from resolution. The Russians might be having second thoughts about their level of committment? The link to his analysis is below:


    https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2017/01/09/syria-prepared-for-new-round-of-violence-over-85-of-belligerents-are-excluded-from-the-ceasefire/

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    1. I'll third the Syrian situation being far from resolution but still hopeful
      will read the analysis asap
      thanks charles

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  4. On another subject. Interesting presentation of Alain Soral in http://www.returnofkings.com/97429/how-influential-french-author-alain-soral-become-red-pilled
    To get an idea of the guy.

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    1. thanks gallier2!
      will read it for sure!

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