A senior adviser to President Assad has told ITV News that the Syrian government is prepared to talk with the opposition, but added that their side "wasn't ready".
Bouthaina Shaaban, who is also a member of the negotiating team, told ITV News Middle East Correspondent Geraint Vincent: "We are ready to sit face to face to do anything that serves Syria. We are servants of Syria."
Syria's regime and opposition have agreed that women and children can leave the besieged city of Homs, but relations remain fragile.
Syria's future hangs in the balance ahead of tomorrow's talks. Assad will stay, the government tells ITV News
Delegates from both sides of the Syrian conflict came to the table today but appeared no closer to finding a common position.