United Nations sources: Bids to issue anti-Syrian UN resolution failed
Bids of France, Britain, the United States and Israel behind them to issue anti-Syrian UN resolution have so far failed, a well-informed diplomatic and media sources at the UN said.
These attempts come in the framework of these states’ frenzied campaign against Syria.
The UN Security Council yesterday held a closed-door consultations to discuss the Israeli and western allegations concerning the so-called Syria’s non-compliance with the Safeguards Agreement of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Sources have noted that the IAEA delegate presented a technical overview of the report of the IAEA Chief to the Board of Governors in which he didn’t refer to the party which attacked the Syrian military site.
Representatives of Russia, Brazil, China, South Africa and Lebanon, in their speeches said they haven’t find any concrete evidence confirming Syria’s non-compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and that this issue does not threaten the international security and peace and therefore Syria does not have any secret nuclear program.
Some countries’ representatives have insisted on the necessity of the Security Council to assume its responsibilities and condemn the Israeli aggression against the sovereignty of the Syrian territories.
Sources reported that France Permanent Delegate, who had not found the necessary support to the campaign of his country and its allies against Syria, expressed his astonishment at the states which did not support the campaign of his country.
He said, in a tone that reflected his despair and confirmed the truth of the western attack against Syria, that he would thank Israeli because it assumed its responsibility, in reference to his support to the Israeli aggression on the Syrian military site in Deir ez-Zour in 2007.
It has become known that the Israeli aggression was launched by support of the US administration of George W. Bush as revealed by the memoirs of his administration’s officials.