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The United Nations envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said on Tuesday that Syrian Kurds should not be ignored in the ongoing peace talks and efforts to find a solution to the 6-year-old crisis in Syria.
The UN Special Envoy stressed that Kurdish representatives “must be allowed to take part in drafting Syria’s new constitution.”
The United Nations has recently hosted two sets of talks on drafting a new constitution for Syria.
Syrian opposition groups have participated in the talks in Lausanne, according to Western diplomats.
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