The meeting, in contrast to demands from some Arabian states to support and arm Free Syrian Army (FSA), didn’t mention any kind of support and noted SNC is the main opposition interlocutor with the international community.
Arab and western states present in the meeting called on UN- Arab League special envoy Kofi Annan to set a timeline of steps for Syrian president Bashar al- Assad to implement the six-point plan that he accepted during Annan visit from Damascus and his meeting with Assad in the last month.
The plan calls for the military and armed opposition to cease fire, withdraw from towns and cities and allow humanitarian access.
Turkey foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu, whose country has homed Syrian opposition and has from the start of Syrian unrest backed change in Syria, said to a news conference that Syrian regime shouldn’t waste time and continue devolving the country into more chaos.
The coalition, however, said it would provide funding and communications equipment to Syrian rebels.
The meeting was held at a time that China and Russia didn’t participate and showed negligence to the gathering.
SNC leader Burhan Ghalioun called the meeting to strengthen Syrian rebel forces.
Also present in the gathering, American Foreign minister Hillary Clinton said his country continues backing Syrian rebels.