UN General Assembly: Ki-moon supports political solution to Syrian conflict. While the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has repeated at the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York that only a political and peaceful solution is able to resolve the crisis and conflict in Syria by the means of negotiations, a Green Party member of Los Angeles County [Continue reading…]
Ban Ki-moon: Political solution needed for Syrian conflict. While the government of President al-Assad in Damascus submitted new evidence for the use of chemical weapons by the terrorists in Syria to the Russian administration, Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Bashar al-Jaafari, said in a new statement that the released report by the United Nations (UN) and their experts on [Continue reading…]
Russia sends another landing ship towards Syria. While the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who is even designated as “UN Clown” by some of his staff, has yet again warned against the dire consequences of a possible US-led military attack on Syria and stated that the consequences of a US strike on Damascus will be extremely grave, the Russian administration [Continue reading…]
Ban Ki-Moon: Use of force in Syria only legal in self-defence or with UNSC authorization. UN Chief Ban Ki-moon said yesterday that the use of force against Syria is only legal in terms of self-defence or with the authorization by the UN Security Council (UNSC). This statements by the UN Secretary General came after the information that Ban Ki-moon wants [Continue reading…]
Syria accepts essential conditions of chemical weapons probe. The Syrian government under Bashar al-Assad in the capital Damascus has accepted the “essential modalities” under which the UN (United Nations) was ready to investigate and probe whether chemical weapons had been used in the Arab nation, according to a new statement by the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The known United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said today in a joint press conference with the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, that more than 100,000 people were already killed on Syrian soil since the beginning of the foreign-supported terrorism and proxy war in the Arab nation about 28 months ago.
The current Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, said yesterday that a UN inspection (chemical) team is already in Cyprus and ready to go to Syria in order to probe the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Syrian city of Aleppo and in the conflict.