UN Should Investigate Arms Smuggling into Syria

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Nile Bowie
July 9, 2012


UN Should Investigate Arms Smuggling into Syria
by grtv

At a July 6th, 2011 meeting of the Friends of Syria conference in Paris, the United States and its European Partners led calls for the implementation of new sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government, with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton threatening Russia and China for their stance on the issue.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius called on the UN to invoke Chapter 7 of the UN Charter, mandating economic sanctions, an arms embargo, and potentially, military force. UN Envoy to Syria Kofi Annan admitted his six point peace plan had not succeeded and later criticized those nations undermining the plan by providing arms and assistance to Syria's rebel fighters.

Assad would not rule out direct negotiations with Washington and stated, "as long as you offer any kind of support to terrorists, you are partner. Whether you send them armaments or money or public support, political support in the United Nations, anywhere."


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