Syrian opposition figures met Tuesday with Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu and briefed him on point of view of the opposition regarding the conflict in Syria.
Anadolu news agency said representatives from the opposition Syrian National Council arrived in Ankara yesterday and conveyed to Davutoglu their position vis-a-vis the unrest in Syria, in which protesters have been calling for more freedom and reforms.
Davutoglu told the council members that their demands should be channeled through peaceful and legislative means.
He expressed Turkey’s concern over the cycle of violence between the government forces and dissidents.
Davutoglu said the Syrian people were the sole party with the right to determine future of their country not a foreign party.