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26-01-2021 | Edited News

Syria Constitutional Committee - Arrivals and Meeting - 26 January 2021

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  1. Close up, peacock outside the UN in Geneva
  2. Close up, door closing with UN logo
  3. Various shots, arrivals of members of Syrian government
  4. Medium shot, UN building in Geneva
  5. Various shots, arrivals of members of Syrian opposition
  6. Close up, UN building in Geneva
  7. Various shots, arrivals of members of Syria’s civil society
  8. Wide shot, UN building in Geneva
  9. Various shots, participants in meeting room
  10. Arrival, Geir Pedersen, U.N. Special Envoy for Syria
  11. Close up, Geir Pedersen, U.N. Special Envoy for Syria
  12. Medium shot, Geir Pedersen, U.N. Special Envoy for Syria
  13. Various shots, meeting room with participants
  14. Medium shot, two women participants
  15. Various shots, meeting room with participants
  16. Pan from meeting room to outside UN entrance gate

The Office of the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria has been convening since yesterday until 29 January this fifth session of the Small Body (which represent 15 members from each of the three groups, Syrian Government, the opposition and civil society) at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. It will - as agreed and in line with the mandate, the Terms of Reference and Core Rules of Procedure - discuss constitutional principles of a new Syrian constitution.


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