Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The ultimatum from Turkey to Damascus "Stop violence or actions will support the UN"

The diplomacy tightens the circle around the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad. The day after the new sentence of Obama and Berlusconi, and especially after the breaking of any delay on the part of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain, with the recall of its ambassador from Damascus as an extreme form of protest against the nearly five months of bloody repression implemented by the Syrian government against the popular demonstrations in support of a process of democratization of society, the initiative now goes to Turkey.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs in Ankara, Ahmet Davutoglu, is on a diplomatic mission to Syria. According to the BBC, the head of Turkish diplomacy is not confined to ask Assad to end the violence of the regime, but Syrian President should express to all the irritation of the turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who said openly that they consider the Syrian crisis "an internal problem of Turkey." Irritation that could result in the support of the toughest actions taken by the UN Security Council against Damascus.

According to human rights activists, from mid-March, when I started the protests against Assad, at least 1,700 civilians were killed and tens of thousands of people were arrested. Three hundred people were killed last week alone.

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