Syrian Foreign Minister: Damascus accepts Russian proposal about chemical weapons. According to new statements by Syria’s Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem (al-Moallem), the Syrian governance in Damascus has agreed to cede its chemical weapons stockpiles to an international supervision of the United Nations (UN). Thus, after the statements and proposal from yesterday [Continue reading…]
Algeria: Arab League Decision on Syria violates Rules of Procedures. A new statement allegedly made by the Algerian administration says that Algeria is certain that the recent decision on Syria, which was issued by the Council of Arab Foreign Ministers at the concluding session in the meeting of the Arab League [Continue reading…]
Saudi Arabia urges US-led war on Syria. While some officials of the Israeli regime in Tel Aviv have confirmed that US President Barack Obama has informed the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the delay in the American war plans against Syria, the Foreign Minister of the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi [Continue reading…]
Syrian government urges United Nations to prevent US-led war on Syria. The Syrian government has sent two identical letters to the President of the UN Security Council (UNSC), Maria Cristina Perceval, and the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon. The letter by the Syrian government call on the United Nations (UN) to [Continue reading…]
Italian priest Dall’Oglio: Killed by al-Qaeda-linked jihadists. Salehi and Lakhdar Brahimi urge a political solution for Syrian conflict. The UN-Arab League (AL) Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, and the Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi talked about their stances on the conflict in Syria and the possible solutions for the [Continue reading…]
Moscow hopes that the so-called League of the Arab States will soon correct its position on the situation in Syria and their handling of this topic. The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said it recently that Russia hopes the League of Arab States (LAS) will change its position and even [Continue reading…]
The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said in a reaction to the new seat at the Qatari-lead Arab League (AL) for the Western-backed invented external Syrian opposition that the Arab League “lacks legitimacy” and many Syrian and other Arab citizens will agree to this statement of the Syrian President.
For the Arab League, the possibility of a peaceful and political settlement of the conflict in Syria does not even seem to play a secondary role. Yesterday, the Arab League (AL) let announce by its chief Nabil al-Arabi that the goal now is to “restore the balance between the warring sides”.