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France: Agreements on Syria provide Assad's resignation2012-07-02 18:36
Agreements achieved at the conference in Geneva involve the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power, the Vedomosti reported referring to the French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The text says there will be formed a transitional government with full powers. There will be no Bashar al-Assad, it will consist of the people, agreed on mutual agreement. The opposition will never agree to him, so that means that Assad must leave, everything is over for him", Fabius said on Sunday.
He noted that France continues to work in the UN Security Council in order to threaten Damascus with sanctions for failure of the plan of the UN and Arab League special envoy on the Syria General Kofi Annan.
The regime of President Bashar al-Assad, Syrian opposition and Moscow are dissatisfied with the new "Annan's plan" for the settlement of the Syrian conflict, proposed by Kofi Annan.
According to the Internovosti, all the parties are not prepared to compromise and agree on forming a transitional government of national unity.
In particular, the official representative of the Syrian National Council, which unites the Syrian immigrants - Basma Kadmani, stated that the proposal of the international community included "positive elements", but the overall agreement was unacceptable. The main disadvantage is participation of the ruling Ba'ath Party.