Former UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura: Astana Process has contributed to search for peace in Syria

Former UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura spoke recently about the Astana Process. Astana initiative was meant to facilitate the dialogue between the sides and those who support them in order to produce some meaningful de-escalation areas and hence reduce the suffering of the civilians. Such de-escalation areas did last for a period of an average of six months and did produce relief for the people during that period, said Swedish diplomat in his statement. By doing so, the Astana Process did indeed support the attempts by the Geneva UN-led political process aimed at pursuing the implementation of Resolution 2254. Astana Process is distinguished by the high international level of organization. This moment is also very important to gather the Syrian government and armed opposition together with the three guarantor countries and some observers in order to discuss concretely, in an atmosphere conductive to potential agreements, all important issues necessary for the peace and stability in Syria.

 

 

 

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