Germany wants Kurdish representatives to be part of Syria talks


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  • Friday, 22 Jan 2016

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany wants Kurdish groups to attend Syrian peace talks planned for January 25, a spokesman of the foreign ministry said on Friday.

"Yes, there is a big Kurdish minority in Syria," said the foreign ministry spokesman. "That this Kurdish minority has the right to take part in the formation of a future and peaceful Syria is surely right."

The start of the talks may be delayed as rival camps bicker about who should be invited to take part.

(Reporting by Tina Bellon; Editing by Joseph Nasr)

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