UNITED NATIONS (OBSERVATORY) – The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, stressed the readiness of the United Nations to help end the war in Syria.
“More than 13 million Syrians are living in harsh conditions, while six and a half million live outside their country,” he said.
He also warned that Syria could become the biggest threat to international peace because of the number of militias deployed there.
He stressed that there is no military solution in Syria. “Syria must be united and undivided.”
Mogherini: “Syria is not a chessboard among countries For
its part, European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini called for dialogue to reach a solution in Syria. “We are not naïve,” she said. “Peace talks in Syria will not be easy.
“We must act immediately to achieve a political solution to make the Syrians win peace. Syria is not a chessboard between countries,” she said.
I explained that the audience will hear during the meeting today the views of the Syrian civil society, diverse and coming from different backgrounds.