No much progress in Syria peace talks
Updated: 2014-02-15 21:06
GENEVA -- The second round negotiations of the Geneva II international conference on Syria concluded on Saturday noon without achieving tangible results, said UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi.
Brahimi said a proposed agenda for the next round of talks was agreed between delegates of the Syrian government and the opposition, but did not reveal the exact date.
Addressing a press conference in the wake of the "laborious" last session held Saturday morning, he said an agenda for the next round of "when it does take place" was accepted by both sides.
During a new round of talks, the first day will be reserved for discussions over fighting against violence and terrorism, and the second day would be about the transitional governing body, according to Brahimi.