Jaberi Ansari, the Iranian foreign minister's special assistant on political affairs, and the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura exchanged views about a range of issues including the latest efforts to resolve Syria crisis. The members delegated Turkey to represent them in the negotiations. The Sochi Congress ended on Tuesday with a framework agreement to form a commission tasked with "drafting a plan for constitutional reform".
The operation is being carried out under the framework of Turkey's rights based on global law, UN Security Council resolutions, its self-defense rights under the UN charter, and respect for Syria's territorial integrity, it said. The delegates from the group, who are opposed to Syrian President Bashar Assad, refused to leave the airport on arrival in Russian Federation, saying they were offended by the presence of the Syrian state's flag and emblem, Reuters said.
The deployment in the northwestern region was launched last October under a deal reached with Russian Federation and Iran during the Syrian peace talks in the Kazakh capital, Astana.
During the congress, a group of representatives from the armed Syrian opposition refused to exit the airport in Sochi arguing that they were "offended by the presence of the Syrian state's flag and emblem".
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"But we were surprised that none of the promises made has been fulfilled".
The participants agreed to launch the works of revising the country's Constitution, and asked the whole world to help Syria to recover from the civil war that lasted seven years.
The UN Secretary-General office on Friday in a statement said that he is confident that the dialogue in Sochi "will be an important contribution to a revived intra-Syrian talks process" and will be based on the full implementation of the 2012 Geneva Communiqué and UNSC resolution 2254.
To that end, the delegates agreed on 12 principles that lay the foundation of a political settlement in Syria, concerning sovereignty and territorial integrity, non-intervention, autonomous right, equality, national unity, public reform, military building, combating terrorism, human rights, national identity, eliminating poverty and heritage preservation, according to the final statement.