Syrian Minister, who is on a head of a delegation visiting Russia, stressed that solution for the current crisis in Syria was by going to dialogue, but without pre-conditions.
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Minister of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Qadri Jamil, said that the Syrian delegation discussed with Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, the prospects of solving the crisis in Syria in details.
He said that this crisis "has caused spilling of blood and strong pressure on the Syrian economy in a way that reflected negatively on the life and livelihood of the Syrian citizens."
"Our stance has been clear since the start of the crisis in terms of the necessity of going for dialogue without pre-conditions," stressed Minister Jamil, adding that putting such pre-conditions hinders the process of starting dialogue.
"Those who want to start dialogue should go for it immediately and put forth on the table their ideas and views on solving the crisis and visions for the upcoming renewed Syria," he said, according to SANA.
The Minister pointed out that there are principles for dialogue that must be committed to for getting the dialogue table started.
"These principles have become known and are represented in the rejection of foreign interference and violence in all their forms," said Jamil, reiterating that these two points are not conditions but principles that should be agreed on, "otherwise dialogue will be doomed to failure."