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The declaration denounces all forms of extremism. The opposition delegation has refused.
The declaration includes demanding that countries — including the United States, Saudi Arabia and Qatar — stop providing weapons, training, and shelter for the opposition as well as inciting terrorist acts. The opposition has refused.
The declaration also includes rejecting all forms of intervention or foreign dictation, meaning that only Syrians decide their country's future by democratic means. The opposition, once again, refused.
The declaration also stresses not allowing the concession of any part of Syria, which the opposition has refused. The document stressed that Syrians alone have the right to choose their political system, away from any imposed formulas.
The Syrian delegation stresses in the delegation today that no honorable and patriotic Syrian who loves his homeland and is proud to be Syrian can reject this paper.
Downing Street has been resisting the idea of accepting refugees for months, but the senior Conservative said the government was now actively considering which Syrian people should be allowed to come to Britain.
It comes after David Cameron on Wednesday signalled a partial retreat over the issue under pressure from a cross-party group of politicians, saying he was now "open-minded" about accepting the injured, particularly children.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Hague revealed that plans were under way to bring over some refugees, but stressed the main priority would be providing aid to the region.
"The home secretary is working on that, and will have more to say about that in the coming days," he said. "I think there is a case for particularly helping people who are particularly vulnerable. I think we have to look at it in that way."
To secure these common objectives, the Action Group members (i) identifiedsteps and measures by the parties to secure full implementation of the six-point plan andSecurity Council resolutions 2042 and 2043, including an immediate cessation ofviolence in all its forms; (ii) agreed on guidelines and principles for a political transitionthat meets the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people; and (iii) agreed on actionsthey would take to implement the above in support of the Joint Special Envoy’s effortsto facilitate a Syrian-led political process. They are convinced that this can encourageand support progress on the ground and will help to facilitate and support a Syrian-ledtransition