DAMASCUS: The long-stalemated Syrian crisis is now witnessing a flurry of diplomatic talks and marathon meetings that could usher in a political solution, in what appeared to be the first positive repercussions of the Iranian nuclear deal on Syria, analysts say. The nuclear accord concluded recently between Tehran and the six world powers surely has positive impacts on the thorny issues in the region, including the Syrian, Iraqi and Yemeni files, Osama Danura, a Syrian political analyst said. “The recent flurry of diplomacy is the first indicator of the good behind the deal on the region’s crisis,” he added. In less than a month since the signing of the nuclear deal, the initiatives’ fever started finding its way to the Syrian arena that has been for long stalemated with news of battles and extra chaos eclipsing any horizon for a solution. Iran has recently proposed an initiative for a political solution in Syria, starting with establishing an immediate cessation of fire, forming a national unity government, rewriting the constitution, and conducting legislative elections under international supervision. Pro-government media cited sources as saying that the Syrian government is okay with the initiative as long as each step is put for public… Read full this story
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