Tuesday, February 14, 2012

China and Russia refused to say they support the initiative of the Arab League called on the Security Council United Nations sent peacekeeping forces to Syria on duty or not.

The proposed peacekeeping force to replace the group of international observers defunct capital of the Arab League in Syria. This is the latest attempt to put pressure on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to resign, and stop the escalating violence that killed thousands in Syria for months.
Fighting broke out in Syria.
Speaking on Monday at a press conference in Beijing daily, Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said China will support reconciliation of violence in Syria, but refused to answer the question of whether China has accepted proposal of the Arab League. "China calls and support the efforts of the Arab League to reconcile political factors play a constructive role and initiative to solve the problem for Syria peace," he said Weimin .
Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said he is working on the initiative of the Arab league, but remain deeply concerned about the measures imposed peace without Syria's consent.
Although the initiative of the Arab League did not mention the peacekeeping force will include the armed forces or the supply of arms to the opposition, but Syria rejected the proposal.
Currently, China and Russia are the West and the Arab world criticized the draft resolution condemning Syria's UN Security Council UN opposition from persecution for nearly a year. However, both countries are clearly tough his opinion with regard to Syria, and said he would make every effort to prevent foreign military intervention in Damascus.


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