Syrian National Coalition Chief Ahmad al-Jarba (L) listens to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during the start of their meeting at the U.S. Ambassador residence in Paris January 13, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Martinez Monsivais
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According to the BBC, the official questioned however whether Britain and the US had any choice in who they dealt with, saying: "What is the alternative?US Secretary of State John Kerry expressed hope this week that the opposition would attend the so-called Geneva II talks set to open on January 22, saying they were a "test of credibility of everybody" in the conflict.The National Coalition official, speaking in London, said other western backers of the opposition were not applying the same pressure as Britain and the United States.
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