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GENEVA, March 16. /TASS/. Syrian President Bashar Assad must bear responsibility for the current situation in the country, the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces' vice-president Mouaffaq Nyrabia told TASS on Wednesday.
"Any political decision cannot be achieved and implemented without the responsibility," Nyrabia said. "But there exist no responsibility without final ceasefire."
"In order to withstand the tendencies of revenge, we need to talk about responsibility in the United States and the International Criminal Court," he said. "This way will allow us to avoid extremism, terrorism and revenge."
"Talking of Assad — he is number one in the list," Nyrabia said.
The National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces is a major alliance of opposition groups, standing for the replacement of Assad’s regime.
Last December the coalition received the majority of votes in the supreme negotiating committee.