General Salim Idriss
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Syrian opposition: 'We don't trust Putin and Lavrov'

Syria's opposition has rejected a Russian-US agreement to remove Bashar al-Assad's stockpile of chemical weapons.

US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, unveiled their six-point plan for the Syrian regime, after three days of negotiations, to divest itself of its chemical weapons.

But General Salim Idriss, Chief of Staff of the Supreme Military Council (SMC) of the Free Syrian Army, accused Russia and Bashar al-Assad's government of "playing games", and urged the international community not to leave Syria "alone".

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