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Callamard also issued a detailed rebuttal of the preconditions, saying some were beneath the dignity of the victims and her mandate.
We confirm our readiness to provide a Russian venue for the Palestinian and Israeli leaders without preconditions.
Gatilov was quoted by Sputnik Agency as saying in a statement that the obstacles facing Geneva talks are related to putting preconditions by the "opposition" regarding the legitimate leadership in Syria at the expense of the integrated political settlement.
De Mistura promised that provocative statements that lay down preconditions will stop.
Meanwhile, in a statement late on Friday, the Turkish foreign minister backed Akinci's view, calling for a conference without preconditions.
Walang preconditions sa negotiating table di ba,' he added.
The Movement's leaders had set the extension of the ceasefire in Darfur, the scraping of death penalties ruled against elements from Darfur's rebel movements , the publication of lists of the Movement's fighters taken prisoners in the Nakhara battle as well as hosting the Movement's delegation to the dialogue as preconditions to join the talks.
Related: Talks not possible with India's preconditions: PakistanPakistan's foreign ministry said "the scheduled NSA level talks cannot be held on the basis of the preconditions set by India".
SANA'A, June 07 (Saba) A' Ansarullah spokesman Mohammed Abdul Salam welcomed on Sunday the United Nations' call to participate in the Geneva conference without setting any preconditions.
Armenia will never accept Turkey's preconditions for improved relations, leader of Heritage Party, former Foreign Minister of
VATICAN CITY * A Vatican study group is urging world leaders to stop the flow of arms into Syria and to press for an immediate and complete cease-fire there with no political preconditions.
Summary: Damascus reacts to Jarba statements, warning that any preconditions will lead to failure of Geneva conference before it even starts.