U.S., Syria not to negotiate directly, - Haley

The incumbent Syrian government act too tough against the civilians, the permanent U.S. envoy in the UN says
10:49, 16 April 2018

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There is no way the U.S. government directly negotiates with Syria. Nikki Haley, the permanent U.S. envoy in the UN said this in her interview with CBS.

'They are not worthy of talks with the United States', she stated, referring to the Syrian government. 'We would never want to have direct talks with Syria at this point. They are not worthy of talks with the United States. They have done nothing but brutalize their people and destroy their land. All in the name of power. And so our goal is that yes we will be at the talks as we have been related to the Geneva process. The United States is always there and will continue to be there. But no, we are not going to have any one on one talks with Assad, ' she said.

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