english.ruvr.ru – Brahimi says has Syria plan that world powers may adopt – almanar.com.lb – Brahimi: Situation in Syria Getting Worse, Plan to be Adopted
International peace envoy for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi said on Sunday he has a proposal to end the deadly 21-month conflict there ”that could be adopted by the international community.”
”I have discussed this plan with Russia and Syria… I think this proposal could be adopted by the international community,” the UN and Arab League envoy said in Egypt after meeting League chief Nabil al-Arabi.
almanar.com.lb – Behind the Scenes: Qatari PM Says Syria Proved ‘Unbreakable’
During a meeting between UN-Arab league envoy Lakhdar Brahimi and Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad this week, Assad was resilient on basics but showed some flexibility to form committees to discuss the constitution, form an expanded government, and follow up with the process of government’s reforms and achievements to pave the way for national reconciliation.
Är det så att Thierry Meyssan vet mer än någon annan om vad som pågår bakom kulisserna vad gäller Syriensituationen? I en ny artikel håller han självsäkert fast vid den bild han givit sen ett par månader tillbaka, att Obama är inställd på en överenskommelse som ska få slut på striderna i Syrien.
Tänk om han matas med falsk information av någon. Redan i februari-mars 2012 menade han att USA slutat ge stöd åt ”rebellerna”, efter Rysslands och Kinas veto i FN mot en resolution som skulle kunna bana väg för ett militärt Nato-ingripande.
Men det finns en del som tyder på att det kan vara som han säger, t.ex. att man i västmedierna pratar om en möjlig fredsöverenskommelse, och att man i lite högre grad nu lyfter fram de väpnade gruppernas brutala illdåd.
Thierry Meyssan – The FSA continues to shine like a dead star
While the French press persists in announcing the ”imminent fall” of Syria and the ”flight of Bashar al-Assad,” the reality on the ground has turned around completely. Even though chaos is plaguing most of the territory, the ”liberated zones” have melted like snow in the sun. Deprived of its anchor points, the FSA has been left with no prospects in sight, while Washington and Moscow are poised to blow the whistle to end the game.
The countdown has begun. As soon as the new Obama administration will be confirmed by the Senate, it will present a peace plan for Syria to the Security Council.
Meanwhile back at the UN, things have moved on. The Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) signed a Memorandum with the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) in September. In October, it monitored CSTO maneuvers in Kazakhstan simulating a deployment of ”blue chapkas” in Syria. In December, the DPKO convened the military representatives of the permanent Security Council members to brief them on the manner in which the deployment could be carried out. Despite their opposition to this solution, the French and the British bowed to the wishes of the United States.
The truth is that on the ground the upper hand is held by the Syrian government. The military situation has been reversed. The French themselves have ceased to mention the ”liberated zones” they yearned to govern through a United Nations mandate. These areas have been steadily shrinking, and those that are still holding out are in the hands of the disreputable Salafists.