World Bulletin / News Desk
Members of the Syrian National Coalition for Opposition and Revolutionary Forces on Wednesday placed themselves distant to the remarks of their leader Sheikh Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib who offered possible "talks" with the Syrian regime based on certain conditions.
A member of the Syrian National Coalition, Heysem Malih said that al-Khatib's remarks on Wednesday were very puzzling, a day before the coalition's Consultation Council convenes in Cairo.
"Al-Khatib should have made his comments as a person and not as the leader of the coalition. Al-Khatib said that he delivered his own remarks but this was not sufficient," Malih stressed.
Secretary General of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, Ali al-Beyanuni underlined that al-Khatib's comments violated the principle of the Syrian National Coalition and the National Council not to hold "talks with the Syrian regime".
Sunir Ahmad, a member of the Syrian National Coalition, underlined that al-Khatib's remarks did not represent the views of the coalition.Last Mod: 31 Ocak 2013, 14:11