CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    9. Prisoners, Detainees and Disappeared • Freedom of movement, security and safety must be guaranteed for all. The regime and opposition groups must stop lifting people at checkpoints and targeting and abducting people in any way. They must enforce and monitor this strictly with their armed groups. The UN, the parties and external governments must

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    CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    8. Victims, Refugees and Internally Displaced People • Ensure that sufficient humanitarian assistance, including food and medicine and other relief aid and support, is delivered to internally displaced people and those living in besieged areas. Improve the situation of Syrian refugees living outside Syria. External governments should facilitate them to live a dignified life and

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    CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    7. Besieged Areas  • Stop the shelling immediately and introduce and enforce a credible sustained ceasefire. Pull all military concentrations back from population centers and withdraw all forces to barracks within specific contained areas. This should be followed by the final withdrawal of forces from the areas completely. The UN peacekeeping forces should monitor all

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    CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    6. Permanent Ceasefires • The primary priority is the protection of civilians. Shelling must cease immediately on both sides. There should be an immediate unconditional and sustained ceasefire. Military concentrations should be pulled back from population centers; • External governments must stop supplying weapons and military equipment to the two sides (regime and opposition) and

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    CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    5. Transitional Governing Body / National Dialogue / National Reconciliation • The conditions for a neutral environment should put in place for a transitional period during which a National Dialogue process can be conducted. In addition to members of the regime and the opposition, independent figures from civil society should be part of the Transitional

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    CCSDS Track 1 – Priorities for Negotiation

    4. Civil Society Organizations The UN, the regime, the opposition and external governments should: • Recognize the neutrality and non-partisanship of CSOs and their roles and activities during the conflict and in the resolution of conflict. CSO roles and activities include: (i) supporting people through the problems and consequences of the crisis and representing their

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