Negotiators walked away frustrated and empty handed just thirty minutes into the final day of the second round of peace talks between the Assad regime and the Syrian opposition on Saturday.
The UN-Arab League mediator of the talks, Lakhdar Brahimi, issued an apology to the Syrian people after the negotiators parted ways once again.
“I am very very sorry and I apologize to the Syrian people that their hopes which were very very high here, that something will happen here,” said Brahimi.
“I think that the little that has been achieved in Homs gave them even more hope that maybe this is the beginning of coming out of this horrible crisis they are in.”
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