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    Geneva 2: A Story of Disappointings

    Russian foreing minister Lavrov said that "Kurds must be come and join to Geneve 2 peace conference at first day of Geneva 2. But Kurds delegation did not visit and same day PYD co chair Salih Muslim held a press meeting in Geneva in order to explain without Kurds no solution on Geneva 2 table.

    Kurdish people's legislative, executive and supreme councils acted as a whole body with other nations people like Syriac and arabs and declared their autonomus in West Kurdistan Rojava when after 10 days who left sides with a fullfill disappointings in Geneva. 
     
    A contentious week-long first round of Syrian peace talks ended on Friday with no progress towards ending the civil war and the government delegation unable to say whether it will return for the next round in 10 days.
     
    U.N. mediator Lakhdar Brahimi, who has tirelessly pursued a peace deal that other diplomats consider "mission impossible", said the opposition delegation would be back on February 10, but President Bashar al-Assad's delegates had told him they would have to check with Damascus before agreeing to return.
     
    "They didn't tell me that they are thinking of not coming. On the contrary, they said that they would come, but they needed to check with their capital," Brahimi told a news conference.
     
    Brahimi listed 10 simple points that he felt the two sides agreed on in the talks and said he thought there was more common ground than the sides recognized.
     
    Even that the sides also failed to achieve more modest aims, like an agreement to allow aid convoys into Homs, Syria's third largest city, where thousands of civilians are trapped with no access to food or medicine.
     
    Underscoring the relentlessness of the carnage, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based monitoring group, said 1,870 people had been killed during the week of talks, including 450 civilians and 40 who died from inadequate access to food and medicine in areas besieged by government troops.
     
    Thursday's final negotiating session began with a rare gesture of harmony when all sides observed a minute's silence for the 130,000 people killed during the war.


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