Friday’s meeting at the Tunisian capital by diplomats from so-called “Friends of Syria”, finally zeroed in on putting further pressure on the President Assad. In fact one of the diplomats was found to quote about applying “tsunami wave” pressure on Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, and threatened with peeling off the internal support for his armed regime.
In fact, U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton too added by saying that the U.S. too agreed on increasing pressure on Syrian President for a democratic transition in the unrest hit nation. The unrest in Syria is as identical as the one hit Libya last year, followed by stepping down of President Moammar Gaddafi from the power.
Decisions have been taken by more than a dozen of countries’ diplomats, regarding offering Syria with immediate humanitarian aids, so that they can advocate a collaborated Arab-UN peacekeeping force, and hence provide political legitimacy to the political opposition of Syria. It’s being anticipated that as soon as the violence comes into halt, the UN is expected to get into it.
Former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, was appointed as UN-Arab League’s joint envoy on Syrian crisis, on Thursday. He was spotted quoting that he’s looking forward for complete cooperation from all the involved parties, so that the united and determined efforts of UN and Arab League ends up bringing in the better half for Syria.