Sergei Lavrov: "The regime change is not our work. Some other countries … "
By Luc MICHEL / With PCN-SPO – ABC TV & AFP / 2012 01 31 /
After being rolled in flour at the UN in the Libyan case, Russia will not intervene in the affairs of Syria.
Moscow will not ask Bashar al-Assad to resign, said Tuesday Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressing that it is not for others to interfere in the affairs of Syria.
After 10 months of violence in Syria that according to the UN – which take up without any hindsight nor control the fabrications of pseudo NGOs funded by the United States, such as the pseudo "Syrian Observatory of Human Rights" (sic) – should have resulted in more than 5,400 people killed (resic), the pressure is increasing on Russia to show more firmness vis-à-vis  President Assad and his regime.
Russia, which uses its veto right in the Security Council of the UN, exasperates the West by refusing to support the resolution calling for the ouster of Assad. "I do not think that Russian policy is to ask people to resign. The regime change is not our work. Some other countries …", Sergei Lavrov said in an interview in Australia on Tuesday on ABC national television. "It’s the Syrians to decide for themselves how the country should be run, without any outside interference," said Lavrov.
A UN draft resolution on Syria, dictated by the United States and NATO, calls on President Bashar al-Assad to end violence against the opposition and transfer "all his authority to his vice president" in view to make a transition to democracy.
The ‘European’ leaders – the politicos of the EU have no more legitimacy to represent Europe than had Quisling to speak on behalf of Norway in 1941 – called on Monday evening at the UN to act to end "crackdown" in Syria on the eve of a meeting of the Security Council.
"We are outraged by the atrocities and crackdown committed by the Syrian regime and we urge members of the Security Council of the UN to take steps to end the repression," said the non-president of the EU, Herman Van Rompuy, the Christian Social mop, during a press conference.
The non-EU president followed suit of the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who also called Monday for the UN to act to stop the violence in Syria.
"The United States condemns in the strongest terms the escalation of violent and brutal attacks perpetrated by the Syrian regime against its own people," Ms Clinton said in a statement. "The Security Council must act to make clear to the Syrian regime that the international community views its actions as a threat to peace and security," added Ms Clinton who will go personally to the meeting of the Security Council on Tuesday in New York City. Clinton, whose husband has bombed Belgrade and is responsible for the death of a million Iraqi children by the Yankee embargo, and whose Obama regime she represents has just  assassinated 170.000 Libyans, knows a lot about brutal attacks …
Several European foreign ministers, including the French Alain Juppé and the British William Hague, will be in New York for this meeting.
Western countries wish to adopt a draft resolution that calls for the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. But Russia, which has a veto right, reiterated on Monday its opposition to this project.
The project, prepared by the Europeans with several Arab countries including Morocco (the little king, obedient poodle of the United States, is afraid of losing his throne and has participated in the NATO bombing of Libya …), takes the great lines of the plan of the Arab League. It provides an end to violence and the transfer of powers from Bashar al-Assad to his Vice President before the opening of negotiations with the pseudo "opposition" under the direct orders of the United States and NATO.
The secretary general of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi, and the pro-Islamist Prime Minister of Qatar (the backbone of the U.S. offensive in the Middle East), Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem Al Thani, will present the "Arab" plan concocted at the State Department to the Council.
Because of the "resistance" of Russia, Alain Juppe said Monday that "the conditions for adopting a resolution had not yet met."
French diplomatic sources said however, "the balance in the Security Council of the United Nations have evolved," especially with the arrival in early January of five new non-permanent members (Morocco, Togo, Guatemala, Pakistan, Azerbaijan) more convinced of the need to act in the Syrian crisis.
Meanwhile, Brazil, which with other emerging non-permanent members – India and South Africa – were opposed to any interference in Syrian affairs, is no longer in the Security Council. "At least ten countries" on fifteen could now be in favor of the draft resolution, according to French diplomats.
Unfortunately this beautiful strategy is defeated by the Russian and Chinese vetoes …


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