New York, October 31: In an another attempt for peace. United States, Russia and more than a dozen other nations have asked the United Nations Friday to start a new diplomatic process between Syrian government and opposition groups.
He said the new UN-led process should lead to a new constitution for Syria and internationally supervised elections.
But no agreement was reached on Assad, whose future lies at the center of the conflict. Officials said the 19 governments in attendance were considering a plan that would establish a cease-fire within four to six months, followed by the formation of a transition government featuring both Assad and opposition members.
Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said another round of Syria talks would occur within two weeks.