Syria: Agreement presented by the United Nations to face new problems

Syria: Agreement presented by the United Nations to face new problems

Aleppo : Syria | Apr 09, 2012 at 12:12 AM PDT
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It seems that the intervention by the United Nations Peace Agreement is in danger. The rebels of the country on Sunday key group has rejected the demand of the government, in which it was said that the army nkalnysy 'before' drkarhugy written guarantee that the rebel fighting will stop.

'free' syryyn rebel army commander, Riaz al-Assad has said that his group on Sunday April 10 kyamn fulfillment of the agreement is ready to weapons, but never to be ready.

Earlier, the Syrian Government has said that forces from asyshrunout before the bullet implementation should be strong impurity that the rebel war will stop.

The spokesman of the Foreign Ministry said that Syria mqdysyJihad to the professional will not permit the face of the Arab League to observer mission in January, was not, according to him, on behalf of the government, after the recall rebels again to complete theoutskirts armed and taken control.

Meanwhile, the United Nations, and Arab League ambassador Kofi Annan has said in a statement that they 'grief on the recent reports, that is, reached was said in its come unknown surur stressed that activities are continuing violence and atrocities in several towns and villages have increased.

The statement, a day before the evening key opposition group reported that about 130 people in the country have been killed, most of them were civilians. On Sunday that the Syrian forces on the activists of the country in North and Central parts of attacks is accused, in which dozens of people were killed and injured.

The United Nations Secretary-General of the rocket attack on shortening the population civilians continue to Asad on the government and said that the deadline to cease spill and deaths continue pardonable.

The UN officials say that the rebellion started 13 months ago during 9000 roads in Syria than have been killed.

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Fauji Fauji is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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