Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem pointed accusatory fingers at Jordan and Turkey on Friday, saying international efforts should work on stopping insurgents from entering Syria via these two neighbouring countries.
Moualem, who was meeting Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi in Beijing, gave this statement after the meeting, reports Reuters.
He was noted as emphasising the need to "implement UN Security Council resolutions on fighting terror".
Turkey has been accused of aiding Islamic extremists and jihadists and allowing them into Syria, while Jordan has allegedly been training insurgents to be sent to Turkey.
The statement comes in the wake of the United Nations Security Council Resolution which was passed last week unanimously. Peace talks are expected to take place in February in Geneva.
All stakeholders, save the ones declared militants, will cease armed conflict while strikes against terrorist groups like Isis will continue.