Syrian government and opposition delegations participating in the Moscow II forum have agreed on points regarding the item “estimating the status quo”.
The points stipulate settling the Syria crisis through political means, based on the Geneva statement of June 30, 2012, as well as:
– Calling on the international community to place immediate and serious pressures on Arab, regional and international powers which contribute to the shedding of Syrian blood, to enact UN Security Council resolutions relevant to combating terrorism, halting acts of supporting terrorism, including training, funding and arming terrorists.
– Calling on the international community to immediately lift embargoes and the economic, unilateral and coercive procedures imposed on the Syrian people and its institutions, asserting that any outcome of a political process should be based on national sovereignty and popular will.
– Any political process has to be enacted thorough concordance among the Syrians as a government as well as powers and parties which believe in the political solution. The process must also include the boosting of national reconciliations, supporting the army and armed forces against terrorism and calling on the international community to help the Syrian refugees return home.
– Any political process should rely on the factors of preserving national sovereignty and Syria’s territorial integrity, maintaining state institutions and rejecting any political settlement based on any ethnic or sectarian partition, and committing to liberating the occupied Syrian lands.
– According to these points, the political settlement will lead to intensifying and mobilizing the peoples’ energies against terrorism, limiting weapons to the hands of state institutions, calling on the international community to support any agreement that will be reached concerning the comprehensive political solution of the Moscow meetings to be later adopted in the Geneva III conference.