Exclusive: Ankara Made a Major Contribution to Syria Peace


By Dr. Abdullah Manaz for Veterans Today

As is known, last week it was made an important summit between Turkey, Russia and Iran in Ankara. As a result of Turkey’s efforts, 150 members of the Constitutional Committee were determined. However, Astana countries did not disclose the committee members, because to reach a conclusion under the umbrella of the United Nations for peace in Syria. They were preferred that UN Secretary General Guterres made a statement and that the process was conducted under the supervision of the UN and within the framework of Resolution 2254.

United Nations Special Representative in Syria Geir Pedersen also made important efforts on this issue. Pedersen said that political opposition must be recognized, not all opponents should be considered terrorists, and that the constitutional process should be shaped in line with UN resolution 2254.

“It will be facilitated by the United Nations in Geneva,” Guterres told reporters, adding that it would be convened in the coming weeks. The United Nations sees the committee as a next step in efforts to find a political solution in Syria. I strongly believe that the Syrian-led constitutional committee and the Syrian-led constitutional committee “Based on a strong commitment to the country’s sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity.”

The agreement about the Constitutional Committee was an important step in finding a solution to the Syrian problem within the territorial integrity.

Those are members of the Constitutional Commission of the Syrian Opposition, which were determined as a result of the conclusions reached after long negotiations and discussions:

1 – İbrahim el-Cebavi

2 – Ahmed el-Ahmer

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3 – Ahmed el-Asravi

4 – Ahmed Hadar

5 – Edvar Haşve (Adwar Hachwa)

6 – Elis Müferric

7 – Enes el-Abde

8 – Bedr Camus

9 – Besme Kadmani

10 – Beşşar el-Hac Ali

11 – Beşşar ez-Zubi

12 – Gabriel Muşe Gavriye (Gabriel Moushe Gawrieh)

13 – Cemal Süleyman

14 – Hasan el-Hariri

15 – Hasan Ubeyd

16 – Havas Sadun

17 – Dima Musa

18 – Riyad el-Hasan

19 – Sami Bitcane

20 – Safvan Akkaş

21 – Tarık el-Kurdi

22 – Abdulehad Estifu

23 – Abdulbasit Abdullatif

24 – Abdulmecid Abdulmecid

25- Urub el-Mısri

26 – Aştar Mahmud

27 – Ammar el-Nahhas

28 – Ivad el-Ali

29 – Firas el-Halidi

30 – Kasım ed-Derviş

31 – Kamiran Haco

32 – Muhammed Reşid

33 – Muhammed Ali es-Sayiğ (Sayegh)

34 – Muhammed Nuri Ahmed

35 – Muhammed Yasir Dilvan

36 – Muhammed es-Saadi

37 – Muhammed Atur

38 – Marah el-Bukai

39 – Muhenned Diligan

40 – Nebras el-Fadıl

41 – Hadi el-Bahra

42 – Hişam Merve

43 – Hanadi Ebu Arab

44 – Heysem Rahme

45 – Yasir el-Hamis

46 – Yasir Ferhan

47 – Yahya el-Aridi

48 – Yahya Aziz

49 – Yusuf Selman

50 – Yusuf el-Kadura

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  1. So much for sovereignty. This whole calamity might never have occurred without the outside nations interference in Syria’s domestic problems. I guess if your nation is big enough, and has enough weapons, especially nuclear weapons, then this level of outside interference never happens, without outright war that is. Lo and behold, a global world is upon us! But by whose design?

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