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Syria's National Coalition to take part in Geneva conference

10 November 2013 - 4:02pm

The National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces says it's ready to take part in the second round of the international conference devoted to the Syrian crisis, Turkish news agency CIHAN reports.

"As the United States, France, Turkey and 11 other countries have signed an agreement in London, we are ready to take part in the Geneva conference," RIA Novosti cites the coalition's press secretary Halid el-Salih as saying.

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