Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov voiced concern on Monday over possible interference in the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva.

Speaking at a news conference in Moscow, Lavrov said “there are many supporters” of the disruption of the committee’s work.

“There is always a threat [of disruption of the committee’s work], because there are many supporters of those who would like this process to end in failure, and then, it will be possible to justify some actions, including the intensification of military intervention in Syrian affairs, in order to implement the notorious regime change,” the minister said.

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