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UN Secretary General intends to increase the observer mission in Syria2012-04-19 11:36
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated the need to increase the observer mission of the organization in Syria and to send aircrafts and helicopters there.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Izvestia, the UN Secretary General stated the need to monitor the situation with a ceasefire throughout Syria and to increase the observer mission in the country.
Monday, April 16, first group of the UN observers arrived in Syria. The mission should consist of 250 people. On Tuesday, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated the need to increase the number of observers in Syria, to send the UN aircraft there, as well as asked the EU to send more aircrafts and helicopters there.
According to the ITAR-TASS, in the words of the UN Secretary General, it is planned that a group of observers, designed to monitor the situation in the conflict zone, will consist of 300 military personnel. In accordance with the Resolution 2042, adopted on April 14 by the UN Security Council , the UN Secretary General shall submit to the UN Security Council a formal proposal to establish a full-fledged observer mission. On this basis, in the case of sustainable cease of armed violence, the UN Security Council shall discuss another resolution authorizing a full-scale mission of 250 people.