Syrian opposition chief negotiator Hadi al-Bahra (C) smokes a cigarette outside the United Nations Offices on the second day of face-to-face peace talks in Geneva on January 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI
GENEVA: A "declaration of principles" that the Syrian government presented at a peace conference in Geneva on Monday fails to address the main objective of the talks, the opposition said.
"The declaration is outside the framework of Geneva, which centres on creating a transitional governing body. It fails to address the core issue," the opposition's chief negotiator Hadi al Bahra told Reuters.
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