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Syria bans domestic activist from attending Moscow talks

Louay Hussein, a leading Syrian intellectual and president and co-founder of the Syrian opposition movement Building the Syrian State (BSS)A key activist in Syria’s “tolerated” opposition said Saturday he cannot attend peace talks in Moscow next week because Damascus refuses to lift his travel ban. “Neither I nor my movement will take part in the meeting in Moscow because the regime refuses to lift my travel ban,” Louay Hussein told AFP. Hussein, who heads the Building the Syrian State party, said last week that he hoped to attend the talks being hosted by Moscow Monday through Thursday. He said Russia, a key ally of President Bashar al-Assad, had invited him to the discussions and that he had planned to attend with party representatives Mona Ghanem and Anas Judeh.

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