Representatives from the government, opposition and civil society in Syria, each including 15, began the latest round of consultations in Geneva on Monday.
Before the talks, the UN envoy to Syria, Geir Pedersen, said there were four main basic principles.
The delegation is again trying to make progress on drafting a new constitution for the country under UN mediation this week.
The foundations of governance, the identity of the State, the symbols of the State and the organization and functioning of public powers must be discussed.
This is the seventh meeting since the establishment of the Constitutional Committee two and a half years ago.
The meeting aims to reach a political solution to the civil war that has been going on for 11 years.
The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria expressed his hope for progress in the next round of talks aimed at drafting a new constitution for Syria, which will take place next week in Geneva.
Last October, the sixth round of talks between 15 representatives of President Bashar al-Assad’s government, the opposition and civil society ended without any agreement on how to move forward.
But Pedersen said the heads of the government and opposition delegations reached a sophisticated mechanism on Sunday to find common ground during the last day of talks due to conclude on Friday. And on Sunday, the UN Special Envoy said in a press release that the crisis “Syria remains one of the most dangerous crises in the world”, stressing the need to “” move forward in the search for a political solution.
The Syrian Constitutional Committee was established in September 2019 and held its first meeting the following month.
The talks are aimed at drafting a new constitution for Syria. Hopes are high that the talks will succeed in launching a broader political process.
“The commission must work in a way that builds trust,” Pedersen said.
“During this tour, I hope that the Constitutional Commission will work with a sense of seriousness, determination and determination to achieve the progress that the situation requires,” he added.
He expressed the hope that “steady progress” will be made if the three delegations implement what they had earlier promised.