Saudi Arabia to host meeting of Syrian opposition groups-statement

By REUTERS
May 5, 2015 17:41

 
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DUBAI - Saudi Arabia will host a meeting of Syrian opposition groups fighting to overthrow President Bashar Assad to stress the need for a political settlement in Syria, Gulf Arab heads of state said after a meeting on Tuesday.

Leaders of the six-member political alliance said the meeting would try to "map out" the landscape after Assad and stress the need for a political solution that meets the aspirations of the Syrian people, the statement said, according to the Saudi-owned al-Arabiya television.

It gave no time for the meeting and did not say which groups would attend.

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