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Kofi Annan failed to achieve success in Syria2012-03-12 11:33
Special Envoy of the UN and Arab League Kofi Annan failed to achieve an agreement on a cease-fire at the talks in Syria, but he remains optimistic.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Interfax today, Special Envoy of the UN and Arab League Kofi Annan failed to achieve an agreement on a cease-fire at the talks in Syria, but he remains optimistic.
According to the Los Angeles Times, a few expected that the former UN Secretary-General would provide a way out of crisis, lasting a year and claimed the lives of thousands of Syrians. But on Sunday, no evidence that Annan's talks with the Syrian leadership can bring a hope of peace was reported.
Recall, Kofi Annan met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus on the weekend. According to the envoy, he proposed the Syrian president a number of specific options to resolve the situation in Syria.
In turn, Bashar al-Assad stressed that Syria could not successfully engage in political dialogue, while armed terrorist groups were acting on its territory.
Earlier, Russia and League of Arab States have coordinated a plan on peaceful resolution of Syrian conflict without intervention of foreign states in Syrian domestic affairs, as well as on the need to provide humanitarian aid to Damascus and thoroughly and impartially monitoring the situation in the country.