Syrian government and opposition delegations ended a third round of Syria peace talks in Geneva with no agreement on a date for a third round nor a mechanism for the agenda.
For Syria's envoy to the United Nations, Bashar Al-Jaafari, who is part of the Syrian government delegation, it was the opposition's own interpretation for the agenda that caused the disagreement on both sides.
"We accepted the draft agenda proposed by the international mediator, the disagreement started when the other side started presenting their own interpretation for the agenda...
"So in other words, they wanted the discussion about fighting terrorism to stay open with no end, and all they care about it is to move to the second clause, move to the second clause without a common reading for the terrorism subject," Al-Jaafari told journalists.
Al-Jaafari assured the Syrian people they will return for a third round of talks.
The Foreign Secretary has blamed the Syrian government for the lack of progress in the Geneva peace talks.
Pictures have emerged of an emotional reunion between a brother and his sister, after an airstrike reportedly carried out by Syrian forces.