MOSCOW: Attempts to solve the Syria crisis outside the U.N. would have destructive consequences for both Syria and the existing world order, a senior Russian diplomat said Friday.
“The attempts to look for ways out of the crisis in Syria outside the U.N. Security Council would have very destructive and dangerous consequences for Syria itself, for the Middle East region and, eventually, for the current world order as a whole,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said at a conference of professional diplomats.
He said the only way out is through negotiations and compromise.
“Implementation of the Libyan model, supporting only one side in this confrontation is a way to nowhere,” Ryabkov said.
The task of the international community is not to take sides in a domestic conflict or conduct operations to topple a government, but to stop violence and facilitate dialogue so as to find a compromise solution, Ryabkov said.
He also warned that “deep changes” in the Middle East and North Africa will cause repercussions in many other regions of the world for a long time.
A related report by Itar-Tass points to the Resolution on Syria of the United Nations Human Rights Council
September 28, 2012
UN Resolution on Syria Inadmissible
The resolution on Syria of the United Nations Human Rights Council contains a number of “inadmissible clauses”, Russia’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Maria Khodynskaya-Golenishcheva said, commenting on Russia’s vote against this document.
“One can’t agree with the unilateral conclusions concerning the tragedy in El-Houleh as well as with the fact that these murders are similar to other such incidents in Syria,” she said.
The Russian diplomat says that the investigation should be completed instead of accusing the government of having insufficient proof.
“There are countries that are actually encouraging terrorism in Syria, therefore we have no doubt that the episode in El-Houleh is being intentionally hyped in the media and is being used for the purpose of a forceful scenario regarding that country,” Khodynskaya-Golenishcheva stressed.
The El Houleh Village became known after the mass murder of 116 people there at the end of May.
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