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 Syrian Kurdish National Council: We weren't invited to participate in Friends of Syria conference

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Syrian Kurdish National Council: We weren't invited to participate in Friends of Syria conference  1.4.2012  






The head of the negotiating team of the Syrian Kurdish National Council Abdul-Hamid Darwish. See Related Links
April 1, 2012

CAIRO, — The Kurdish National Council said Saturday that it will not participate in the second Friends of Syria conference in Istanbul on Sunday after not being invited to attend the event.

The head of the negotiating team of the council Abdul-Hamid Darwish said the council was not invited officially to participate in the conference "which supports one side of the opposition - the National Syrian Council - while there are a lot of the Syrian opposition".

According to Darwish, the first Friends of Syria conference in Tunisia did not achieve any steps in resolving the Syrian crisis.

"What's the point of holding conferences for the Friends of Syria without helping the Syrian people and providing relief and treatment for patients?," Darwish questioned.

France said it will confirm at the conference its intention to host the third meeting of the group,www.ekurd.net which aims to find an end to the current Syrian crisis and provide humanitarian assistance to the Syrian people.

Opposition activists said that the Syrian artillery shelled parts of Homs and at least 37 people were killed in clashes in different parts of the country on Friday. UN peace envoy Kofi Annan urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to order his forces to cease-fire and withdraw.

According to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights the total death toll of civilians and military personnel since the start of the Syrian uprising in mid-March last year has now reached some 7,700 people. President Assad said he is fighting "terrorists" and "armed gangs" supported from abroad, which have killed 2,000 government troops.

By Sara Ali

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