Syrian revolution and opposition forces express their commitment to the Syrian unity

الخميس 1437/2/28 هـ الموافق 2015/12/10 م واس
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Riyadh, Safar 28, 1437, December 10, 2015, SPA -- The Syrian revolutionary forces and the opposition expressed their commitment to the Syrian territory's unity and their faith in the Syrian civil state and sovereignty over all Syrian territory on the basis of the principle of administrative decentralization.
This came in a statement issued by the Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces today after the meeting in Riyadh.
"In a response to an invitation from the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces held an expanded meeting in Riyadh, on Safar 27-28, 1437, December 9-10, 2015, men and women who participated in the meeting represent the armed factions, the spectrum of the Syrian opposition at home and abroad and belong to all of Syrian society components of Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Assyrians, Syrians, Circassians, Armenians and others, in order to unite, and access to a shared vision about a negotiated political solution to the Syrian issue based on the "Statement of Geneva 1", and the relevant international resolutions, and without prejudice to the principles and fundamentals of the Syrian revolution.
The participants discussed issues on the agenda in an atmosphere of mutual respect, and a sense of deep historical responsibility toward the Syrian people and exchanged views on crucial issues facing Syria, and briefed on the relevant documents, including the statement issued by the International Group meeting to support Syria in Vienna, on November 14, 2015.
They expressed their adherence to the Syrian territory unity, and their believing in a civil state of Syria and sovereignty over all Syrian territories on the basis of the principle of administrative decentralization.
The participants also expressed their commitment to Democratic mechanisms through a pluralistic system representing all components of Syrian people without discrimination or exclusion on the basis of religion, sectarian or ethnic, and based on the principles of citizenship, human rights, transparency, accountability and the rule of law for everyone.
The conferees pledged to work on preserving the Syrian state institutions, with the necessity of restructuring and the formation of the security and military institutions.
They assured that they refuse terrorism in all its forms.

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