Chairman of the legal committee of the opposition Syrian National Coalition, Haitham al-Maleh said the opposition is aware of "tricks" Basahr Assad and his allies are playing 's by announcing their attendance at Geneva II.
In an interview with Saudi newspaper, Uqath, Maleh said the opposition will not be forced to Geneva or surrender to any "conspiracies or plans under a political compromise."
He said the opposition is firm and unified in its position unified to "refuse any compromise that keeps in place the regime who killed more than 100,000 Syrians, displaced millions and harmed tens of thousands".
"The opposition's main goal is to strengthen the Coalition and to keep up with the ground situation", Maleh said.
He also praised the decision made at a Doha's meeting of the Friends of Syria to support the Free Syrian Free Army "to enable it to confront conspiracies and plans of the regime and its allies, especially Russia and Iran."
Maleh expressed confidence in the ability of the Free Syrian Army to harm and defeat the forces of the tyrannical regime and its allies, especially Hezbollah and Iran.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer