Video: SYRIA CIVIL WAR continues: un-credible opposition REBELS are FUNDED by Bashar al-Assad's RIVALS (US) part of West to blame for Syria UN resolution failure - Xinhua

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Shanghai : China | almost 2 years ago
In this photo provided by the United Nations, the United Nations Security Council votes on a resolution that threatens Syria with new sanctions, Thursday, July 19, 2012. Western...
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SYRIA CIVIL WAR continues: un-credible opposition REBELS are FUNDED by Bashar al-Assad's RIVALS (US)

SYRIA CIVIL WAR continues: un-credible opposition REBELS are FUNDED by Bashar al-Assad's RIVALS (US) Russia proposes a non-confrontational approach towards transition in Syria as the UN Security Council is to discuss the future of its mission in the country. The US is pushing for a more aggressive take on the Syrian government. The current 90-day UN mission in Syria expires on July 21. Russia has proposed a draft resolution to extend it for three months. Under the document, it would shift focus from monitoring a non-existent truce to hammering out a transition solution for the conflict. The draft resolution is "absolutely non-confrontational" and is in line with the decision taken on June 30 in Geneva, says Russia's Deputy Envoy to the UN Aleksandr Pankin. The conference of leading world and regional powers came up with a roadmap for transition in Syria, which would include forming a unity government with all the sides of the conflict. But neither Damascus nor the opposition forces were thrilled with it, while Russia and the Western countries clashed over interpretations of the document signed there. "We suggest our partners to work with our draft even though we know that not all of them may like it. There is much talking lately, especially from our Western colleagues, that the only instrument for making Damascus adhere to agreements is sanctions, including those affecting the interests of Russia," Pankin commented. The United States and European Council members are <b>...</b>
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