Today, the sixth round of Syria peace talks began in Geneva.
It should be mentioned that representatives of both the government delegation and the opposition express their dissatisfaction with the bias and inaction of the UN special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura.
Their claims are caused by the lack of progress after the Geneva meetings. This was previously stated by the Syrian President Bashar. In his interview to the Belarusian ONT channel, he said that “Geneva was only a meeting place for journalists and does not lead to any positive results.”
The position of the Syrian president was also shared by the head of the Moscow group of the Syrian opposition, Qadri Jamil. He said that the Geneva talks were nothing more than an imitation.
It is unlikely that the Geneva platform will significantly advance in discussing such important issues as the development of the Syrian constitution and the creation of a constitutional commission.
Experts predict that the only result of the sixth round of the negotiation process will be an agreement to hold the seventh round, although all the participants of the Syrian conflict would like much more.