UN envoy to Syria, Geir Pederson, discussed on Saturday evening with the Syrian negotiating body and its representatives in the Constitutional Committee at its headquarters in Riyadh, the rules of work of the Constitutional Committee.

At the beginning of the meeting, the Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Hariri, praised the efforts of Pederson and his team and expressed his thanks to the United Nations for its constructive role in reaching the announcement of the formation of the Constitutional Committee, hoping to continue those efforts and work to start discussing all the items of Resolution 2254. The Constitutional Commission will work positively to achieve its objectives and accomplish its work.

Pederson, in turn, thanked the positive role played by the negotiating body with the Special Envoy over the past 10 months.He then clarified his vision of the rules of procedure of the Commission during its meeting in Geneva.He listened to the questions of the members of the Constitutional Committee and responded to them in detail, which left him with satisfaction among the inquirers and members in general.

A member of the Constitutional Committee, Yahya Aridi, on behalf of the members of the Commission, handed Pederson a memorandum calling on the United Nations to intensify efforts and work to release the detainees, and to clarify the fate of the missing as this demand

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