Syria opposition sees US 'ambiguity' on Assad future

President Bashar al-Assad has demanded that any transitional government must include his regime as Syria struggles to emerge from five years of civil warA Syrian opposition figure on Sunday criticised perceived “American ambiguity” on the future of President Bashar al-Assad and urged Washington to confirm he will not be “rehabilitated” in a future government. “We have American ambiguity that is very damaging for us,” Bassma Kodmani, member of the main opposition High Negotiations Committee which attended last month’s peace talks in Geneva. The committee has rejected Assad’s demand for any transitional government to include his regime as Syria struggles to emerge from five years of civil war.

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