A Syrian peace conference in Russian Federation got off to a rocky start on Tuesday after some delegates opposed to President Bashar al-Assad refused to leave the airport on arrival, saying they were offended by the presence of the Syrian state's flag and emblem.
According to the statement, due to recent ceasefire violations on the ground as well as the unresolved concerns and uncertainties with regard to the congress, the High Negotiations Committee and the Syrian National Coalition decided not to travel to Sochi.
Sharp disagreements between those attending the conference were clear, with some interrupting Mr Lavrov's speech by chanting pro and anti-Russian slogans, forcing him to say: "Please allow me to continue my speech".
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The committee source reportedly said 107 delegates were representing the Syrian "domestic" opposition, including Qadri Jamil from "the Moscow platform", Randa Kassis from "the Astana platform", Syria's Tomorrow Movement led by Ahmad Jarba, Haytham Manna from National Coordination Committee for Democratic Change and representatives of the Civil Movement.
Delegations from Iran, Russia, and Turkey, as the initiators of the peace talks, as well as a United Nations delegation led by de Mistura attended the congress.
Parties at the two-day congress said in a final statement they wanted to bring an end to the ongoing conflict in the region as soon as possible.
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"They put a lot of political capital into this and negotiated for months, and it has been a flop", Hauer said, describing the no-shows at the talks as an "embarrassment".
But the main Syrian opposition group is boycotting the meeting.
The conference suffered a further setback last morning when rebel representatives, who had flown in from Turkey the previous night, said they would not go further than Sochi airport because the conference logo featured only regime flags.
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