Where Does the UN Envoy for Syria Stand on Syria’s Disappeared and Detainees?

Staffan de Mistura, the resigned UN Special Envoy for Syria

Staffan de Mistura, the resigned UN Special Envoy for Syria

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Enab Baladi

 In response to the letter from Mansour Omari, a Syrian human rights defender, to De Mistura and Geir O. Pedersen, the current and the coming Special Envoys for Syria, on the issue of the detainees and the forcibly disappeared in Syria, Mr. Michael Contet, Acting Chief of Staff for the Office of the Special Envoy for Syria (OSE-Syria), addressed the letter below to Omari, explaining their efforts on this issue.

The letter:

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