Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem received the special envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General to the Syrian Arab Republic and his accompanying delegation.
"During the meeting, a number of topics and ideas related to the political process were reviewed, including the committee to discuss the constitution," the SANA agency said.
"It is important to take a number of steps that will help advance the political process," Pedersen said. "It is important that this process be led and owned by Syria to ensure the desired success and the full commitment of the United Nations to the sovereignty, unity and independence of Syria."
Pedersen said a few days ago that SDF are an important player in Syria and the subject of its call for negotiations should continue to be discussed. He stressed the activity of five armies in Syria, pointing out the need to focus on work and make sure that the clash has not ended yet. "The military aspect of the conflict may calm down, there are still other things, the roots of the conflict still exist. "