Ahmad al-Jarba said Sunday that his opposition coalition would return for a second round of "Geneva-2" peace talks, challenging world powers to demonstrate the same level of seriousness as his opposition group.
Speaking at a security conference in Munich, Germany, Jarba said "the coalition took a brave decision in going to Geneva" , noting "we have taken a decision and we will go as far as it takes".
Jarba said "but here I ask: Will the international community and the Security Council, in particular Russia and the U.S. do the same?".
Last week’s initial round of "Geneva-2" negotiations achieved little, other than bringing representatives of the two warring sides together. The Syrian government will conduct consultations before deciding on its participation in round two of Geneva, scheduled for Feb. 10.