Search and Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Sunday, with U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Elizabeth Jones, ways to stop the bloodshed in Syria and the situation of Syrian refugees and the provisions of Chapter VII.
The reporter said “Alsumaria News”, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari received today, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Elizabeth Jones and discussed with them ways to stop the bloodshed in Syria and the situation of refugees Syrians, as well as some regional issues within the talks of the Iraqi American Joint Coordination .
The correspondent added that consultation on the Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations and issues remaining from the provisions of Chapter VII and the role of America and members of the Security Council to get out of these provisions, were also reviewed regional relations Iraq and develop its relations with all neighboring countries to ensure a joint reconciliation.
The media quoted an adviser to the prime minister, Ali al-Moussawi the end of last August, saying that the U.S. delegation will visit Baghdad in the next two days.
The witness Syria since (15 March 2011), a protest movement wide popularity began to raise demands for reform, democracy and ended claim fall of the regime after encountered violently bloody unprecedented by Syrian security forces and what is known as the “Shabiha”, resulting in today killed more than 21 thousand people dead, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights while exceeded the number of detainees in Syrian prisons, against the backdrop of protests, the 25 thousand prisoners, according to the observatory, as well as hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced persons and missing, while Syrian authorities accuse groups “terrorist” of being behind the violence.
It is noteworthy that the Damascus regime was exposed to package a variety of sanctions Arab and international, as pressure is mounting on Assad to step down from his post, but the protection of political and diplomatic offered him Russia and China, which for resorted to veto three times so far, against any resolution condemning practices of the Syrian regime exacerbating violent internal conflict, which reached the brink of civil war, and Pat threatens Pettmddh to regional neighboring countries.