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full indeed mentioned the formation of the constitutional committee. if i was it going to influence your action in syria. what are your forecasts regarding the worth of that committee. when it comes to the new constitution of syria how much time is it going to take given the u.s. presence on the ground in syria and i would also like to ask in that context your opinion about the u.s. presence in syria thank you very much. i don't have on. more than top a lot to. ask. you how. no do stone gushed over the aspect so security on the aspect of
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trading the refugees is so on rebuilding become entre and regarding the political roots of the ask for a political aspect we have 2 main fundamental matters in a choose that we're talking about 1st of already forming the constitution and you call me. on when i see bastille you ask for a map itself. a constitutional challenge. we had that as discussions in the street guard starting from the big congress that plays in saatchi and then was sold as protests has been going on since then. we did participation representatives of the opposition the finally we know the. company and we hold the pool storage to mourn and want to work as soon as possible. and on an event that
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is absolute terms say it will end. for being the main consideration i'll be contrary and secondly talking about their preparation for their election and you know syria. as the idea that on this us make it happen we need a new constitution. little ball. so a political aspect. fight against terrorism and the rebuilding of the country we are going to continue working on that. we believe that their work of the country shows i mean he will be decisive in some ways vitally normalizes situation in the syrian arab republic many times said it. that varies no other alternative. and each school dances the political process is the only way to settle this issue we have done a great job and together with the and my honorable counterpart is your group and of
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course for many when you have committed to make this committee happened we were where the. greatest thems the government of syria and we worked with the opposition until recently in britain to have a gun. you know he was engaged in that was when i started and he succeeded in. everything for the last name to be put on use of the word that later we should never forget however that there are members of the rules of procedure which should be also adopted as only the media should adopt its rules of procedure which are the 2 goals that we should not was in the cities in the computer years in the program and are gone largely syrians who manned the council will be tied to the. they should be able to police their creative potential and strive towards positive results and we are ready to say that work for the us presence in syria they are
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using syria soon without any legitimate grounds for that it is common knowledge and we believe. that. the. way in president's decision to withdraw the troops will be. finalized and the forces of united states will one day finally leave syria. to the sman bush or the 2 your friends there's 4 before being called the constitutional comedy the dunes. believe. their words certain issues regard. one of the members but we've worked this out of the represented to be of general secretary all be you when. you knew. colleagues who as. in resolving
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this matter and so on it's possible. to produce and in geneva the comedy well. it's working and hopefully it's not going to take a lot of time i can say that there are no more problems so you know that we have similar approach to. production and this is the last agency the like to have a follow up question because if you should look i mean. do you know when it convened for the 1st time and. now also to ask you about the people who will be on that committee is there any danger to the political process. and if i may ask you another question could you please comment on the situation in saudi arabia given the recent drone attack on the saudia rankle facilities did you discuss that issue today during the talks that are in your
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opinion how that incident is going to impact the oil market. was you know can russia. or does russia plan to switch which somehow helps saudi arabia to rebuild the infrastructure thank. you. and then a gal it started in alphabetical order please that is immediately. for the 1st question for the constitutional committee i think that in the near future on. court issues we are. going to possible for you to start its work but at the same time. more him as. it's a very. new and spritzes reforming called the maine law means that in the. one of theirs who have a bride in syria they should. sue the maltese old social strata is.
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that all. in all the government and opposition so they're in christian or red bean in should be taken into consideration or not and should be belated in this new constitution and all these 3 forums that are going to take plays a so much should be included and so it's a very complicated protestor and it was a hard start for this approach is in its limitation realisations not going to be easy so there's some out of alley one chewed and made. to bring saucer to pre-sell just be including the national representative from the united nations and hugo mcclintock as forwards the 2nd question will wall to mount you now have to. reshape regarding the crillon attacks in yemen should to show that
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oh yeah that is when all you proceed. in the you've started. talking regarding how could it be a bag their oil market but i would rather talk about the security issues on a daily baiters g.m. is being bombarded and instant on innocent civilians start dying and the people of yemen that has already called paul had to model it to. the whole lives clause weapons that it's countering saudi a rabbit and he used against them so they had to retaliate somehow and. what yemeni people are doing be yards protecting them said. they are protecting themselves from their attacks and. the solution for this problem as a show yet we hope that their solution is going to be political and diplomatic and
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maybe we are witnessing now within as an approach which is going to become modal per gallon and the countries saw their region which do their best to bring baghdad peace and stability to yemen now more than that it was the that i am not yet totally sure about that and where. there will be a security in yemen and then there will be oil could be pretty safely. it's a new community. i'd like to comment 1st on the constitutional committee i don't want to give you any exact timeline some i can only say that it should start working as soon as possible and we should. find their way to final settlement of the problems at the earliest opportunity so that the war in parties would stop all the hostilities for the benefit of the people and we are ready to facilitate this
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process there are dangers here 1st the provoker this is possible that there will be provocations on the part of the extremists to sort of work and they are sure to try to paedo the process in the country they are not interested in seeing this settlement finally happening in their in their money and on a different kind of. trade in the trade of war and that is why we are here to. avert the dangers and then there is another thread of influence from outside syria we should really lead the syrians themselves decide to be a problem a couple of. the produce we knew how to solve these problems which have emerged in the last 80 s. . i mean as for the drone attack so this human position on these nor oil refinery facilities we did not discuss that but you are aware of what kind of position we have in yemen because
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there is a huge humanitarian crisis a catastrophe that lots of people knew more the situation can be called catastrophe by all means and we would implement it appears ready to help people and we call upon every stakeholder to follow suit and reach out to these people in need 2nd we believe that their best way to solve the crisis would be the vine the agreement. with the side involved in the conflict. and since we are here in turkey in the country for the muslims where the muslim majority is clear i cannot but remember the words of the koran remember about the grace of god you used to be enemies but. a little bit of a law breaker to help you to become friends and to get about all your differences so that is what you should remember. it was
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deliberately we will he became brothers thanks to his grace that's how it reads on the dictum so things that wish those new drive people away on. the whole new business missionary given's of to these very chill. to the proximity of hearts of people as well saudi arabia the very same sacred look of horror and says you don't they say any kind of group is the shooter violence is an acceptable except for one kind of violence when you protect your people we've got to we are ready to protect . the people we're ready to help every bit about their people and they need to make one clever decision as. iran. did buying our s 300 s. mr herder one did by. deciding to buy the most advanced as full hungered
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we're defense systems from russia these kind of systems are capable of defending any kind of infrastructure in saudi arabia from any kind of attack. on you in stores that was. so if it is as a $300.00 or a $400.00 of. them a notice in the. should be to dimmick almost under well of course as for a specific time lines we can talk about race it will be a wrong thing to do what i would like to empathize here is the work done by. brutus in geneva is a key important. or most important. of this size of importance that's why i have pain and didn't and. our main objective is to
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make these procedures. faster and then keeping on we've been asked to not grow to sans taking. a great man so we need to just sheave specific results that there are a common desire a common objective as for that 2nd question 1st of all we need to see how it all started in yemen baths where we should consider crazy talkers or intent attention. the whole yemen behold it was basically croyde. what because this is why it is the reason behind that is that's what we should think of it out with all these destruction. people and yemen. and. gradually they've been tearing up to protect themselves in. and of course we broadened really like to
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see people preparing for it is to see such preparations but in the it's very moment . we can say that we think it's how we can provide the ration of. how can we rebuild it from scratch how can leave who did back on its feet. because yemen doesn't have an infrastructure now. that you know developed countries what can they do to get developing countries what can they do. in the kitchen. of craze it's not something. you do not something that concerns just g.m. and the same goes for syria the other states in the region that we can talk about it in the same little musky and we can talk about the palestine here is.
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mr moggs is separate thing but still as of now currently we see. him as are fighting muslims. honorable mr president putin has read the. lines from the qur'an. from the sacred. almost. and think. my dad got to being in bed. who believes the yard broad there isn't those who bombed the amman. and the hero that's where we can find and target dads where we should draw conclusions from so now it's turkey's turn to hunt and teach you all
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3 but my question is told 3 leaders. joined al 1st on creation. of one common sandor of controlled how does russia and how does the iran. provision of the. security regarding. operations they also speaking about amnesty is so what do you think about that could help facilitate this settlement. so on. the course. so the question was addressed to you mr president please. i said as already and i can say now that you in every country of the region including turkey have some of the right to self defense to protect their national interests and to protect their
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borders at the new school shit but these does not rule out the 2nd. statement which always of the support it and mr do and support it do we all cities could respect the territorial integrity of syria and we believe that everyone should respect that so when it comes to the purely suring with the security and fight against terrorism when these issues are settled then that you don't already have syria will be restored in full it took us to do that it has to do with it we seize every piece of foreign force. so they all be withdrawn from the territory of syria. which you can. do only bill do you think you you know that the. war saved. by a letter or 2 togs the vote on a law means really good knowledge will be
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a true high need we discount this. recently. and the media was a new name. that is being used to them that's how i can explain it as for the. save zone that mr trump announced in the done. talking about 20 miles the word 30 kilometers in the syrian territory. you were talking about this. point isn't to be used as 910 kilometers of the border line suited to do that. there are $3600000.00 people that could be sure in janson arab origin so the syrian citizens and as of now we have spanned $40000000000.00 to provide
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for its base refugees and even more. and as for. the dude i'm. young. as for us by the un and european union them mounds that we have received zillion and it's about $7000000000.00 euros that's the total amount that we got as aid from these corridors of course we are not getting. need to our budgets so. that's where they send money if you create 10 towns it didn't solve it to buy products to provide education to provide medical care. bad word this money goes and we keep on working on the at the same time do matter that we have taken we are still
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thinking what else can be done so why have you talked to all the leaders so i have talked with them i will call them. to. those refugees they remain at the territory syrian refugees is on the. 30 kilometer is the depth. well look close your poll so we. used them 29041010 kilometers that was their decision to their creed them that some camp career come a day sions we decided to build a. real homes from than it is there a couple. $1200.00 people the square meters solve and closing camp men's and in
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addition to that. terry trades around did for the families to accommodate for them so this is kind of the committee. house where they can. put them they can leave. them and the some land around it where they can close some fruit and vegetable. and in addition to that we have created jobs so that they could work. in the security council the u.n. security council the members solve this council and they should be a part of this. i have talked. didn't talk to mr in the craw and with the representatives from saudi arabia program with representatives from many countries i've talked to the honorable means true honey that. is to come by is another. we are
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going to launch a campaign to support this initiatives and we will take more steps and we will have movement to support ses than that these people day will have land where the big could live safely of course we need support in logistics. we need to provide safety all these matters must be resolved as. well the common matter and my wish is to reach an agreement regarding this matter is sold that these people could be saved from these tent talents and i believe that it's possible i think you've heard the attention thank you everyone dear friends also. and i wish you all the best hope we shew a good night. fascinator
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be. some. top level tolls between the leaders of russia turkey and iran iraq. of the current states and future of the syria crisis with the presence denouncing saudi arabia's actions and you have been following recent assaults on riyadh so intense and it's. the highest. prices in khost certainly is the scene this monday it comes on the back of attacks on saudi arabian oil refineries and while the u.s. plays a finger at iran for the assaults tehran vehemently denies involvement. and as india climbs down on the disputed territory of kashmir the home of a separatist leader awaits trial in a decades old tragic case hit his wife imagine.


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