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The second round of negotiations on the background of new crimes of terrorists

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The second round of negotiations on the background of new crimes of terroristsIn the province of Daraa 8 February, terrorists killed the head of the administration of the village Kafra Ali Muhammad Al-Ghazali. An explosive device was attached to the bottom of his car. Al-Ghazali himself died on the spot, his 14-year-old son was seriously injured. Persons involved in the crime were arrested, and local residents helped law enforcement agencies to find the killers.


In the same province, terrorists attempted to plant an explosive device on the road to the village of Khirbet-Gazal. As a result, the "hellish car" exploded just at the moment when the attackers were preparing it for other people. Several gangsters died.

In eastern Syria, in the city of Kamyshly, in the Cornish residential quarter, a bomb was launched, which the terrorists attached to the bottom of one of the cars. As a result, one citizen was killed and three were wounded.

9 February a group of militants attacked the peaceful village of Ma'an in the province of Hama. They set fire to houses, killed people on the streets, broke into their homes and committed atrocities. At the very least, the victims of the attack were 10 women. Over their bodies then mocked.

In the very center of Damascus on this day, gangsters fired a city administration building with a mortar - two citizens were injured. In the city of Hama, a mined motorcycle was blown up on Al-Asa Square. One person died, six were injured.

In the meantime, the second round of negotiations between the Syrian official delegation and the group representing the "opposition" begins in Geneva. More precisely, not representing. Since members of this group are associated exclusively with external forces. They do not have much influence even on the majority of armed groups.

One example of this is the situation in Homs. During the first round of negotiations, the issue of the humanitarian situation was touched upon in several blocks near the Old City, where terrorists are located, holding many civilians as human shields. (However, the opposition itself interprets the situation differently, blaming the government for the difficult humanitarian situation and believing that these people are among the militants voluntarily. But why then do many of these civilians want to evacuate from there?)

Official Damascus said that the humanitarian situation should not be considered only in one place in Syria - attention should also be paid to all other parts of the country where the situation was also difficult. First of all, it is the working town of Adra in the province of Damascus, as well as the villages of Nubble and Zahra in the province of Aleppo, which are under the blockade of terrorists. (Let me remind you - a few months ago, terrorists even shot down a helicopter with teachers who were sent to take exams for children of these villages. As a result, the teachers died, but the patrons of the “opposition” did not condemn the monstrous crime against representatives of one of the most peaceful professions).

But the “opposition”, and after it the “world community” (whose voice the USA and their allies arrogated to themselves) spoke only about the situation in Homs - that is, about the need to bring food to where there are not only civilians, but also militants as well as their family members.

The ATS government has agreed to this on the condition that persons wishing to leave these quarters can do so. An agreement was concluded between the governor of Homs Talal Al-Barazi and the UN Permanent Representative in Syria Jakub al-Hel.

However, over the next two days, the militants did everything to prevent the implementation of the agreement. According to Al-Barazi, this was due to the fact that not all armed groups supported the agreement.

From this example, it is clear that the “opposition” does not have control over all the gangs, and they can try to sabotage any initiative on the ground.

8 February when trying to smuggle humanitarian aid into the old city of Homs, the convoy was shot at. Four employees of the Syrian Red Crescent Society who tried to smuggle food were injured. And only half of the cargo was delivered. On this day, the terrorists did not allow to release from the encirclement of a single civilian.

The relative breakthrough was achieved only the next day - February 9. Several groups of citizens were evacuated - just 611 people. However, groups that did not recognize the agreement, tried to disrupt this process. One of these groups of citizens at the exit was shot at by the militants of these groups, only by luck no one died.

However, the second round of negotiations in Geneva starts. According to the head of the Syrian government, Vail Al Khalki, the official delegation of the UAR headed for Geneva with the same patriotic goals as for the first round. He added that the negotiations are a long and difficult process, but expressed the hope that the delegation of Damascus, following the instructions of President Bashar Al-Assad, will succeed in the negotiations.

Unfortunately, the problems of the second round remain the same as they were during the first. As before, the delegation of the “opposition coalition” consists of only one small group of people; representatives of the internal political opposition were still not allowed into it. The fact that the United States is hindering the participation of this part of the opposition in the negotiation process indicates that they are trying to get the Geneva-2 conference to a standstill. In addition, the negotiations are not facilitated by the fact that terrorist crimes are not condemned at the international level. Impunity of bandits gives rise only to new violence.

Despite this, the Syrian delegation will continue to participate in the negotiations and put forward constructive proposals. As the first round showed, these constructive ideas are rejected by the opposite side. But at the same time, an increasing number of people understand the essence of this “opposition”, which does not need peace. Syria, once again, has the opportunity to speak out on the world stage.
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  1. bomg.77
    bomg.77 11 February 2014 08: 34
    +5
    The militants with their sponsors are exhausted, but Syria will still drink blood. These negotiations, their sponsors are more profitable than Bashar al-Assad, so to speak with a black sheep, even a shred of wool.
    Syria, once again, gets the opportunity to speak out on the world stage.
    We are weak in the information war, all the same. Their lie is perceived as true, and our truth is false ((If it weren’t for YOU and honest journalists, then we would have lost information by zero. Elena, success to you, you have done well!
    1. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 11 February 2014 14: 21
      +4
      Quote: bomg.77
      The militants with their sponsors are exhausted, but they will still drink blood from Syria. These negotiations, their sponsors are more profitable than Bashar al-Assad, so to speak with a black sheep even wool


      Sponsors have long lost interest. Now they are only occupied with their own image, and of new projects. As long as the media are under the control of the sponsors of terror of the Syrian war, when paid bandits kill and mutilate everything they can reach, they will happen everywhere.
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 11 February 2014 17: 53
        +2
        Quote: Geisenberg
        Sponsors have long lost interest
        They have not lost interest. They didn’t solve their problems, they’re just regrouping now. The whole conference, deliberately scandalous, was just taking time and preparing another scenario. The aggravation will be in sync with Ukraine, only bearded people will go by the wayside.
    2. Nick
      Nick 11 February 2014 22: 09
      +3
      Quote: bomg.77
      Militants with their sponsors are exhausted, but Syria will still drink blood

      And not only ... Do not relax!
    3. carbofo
      carbofo 12 February 2014 14: 38
      0
      You forgot to mention AnnaNews under the direction of Marat Musin.
      They are a significant figure in the game, the media against the people.
  2. demon184
    demon184 11 February 2014 08: 56
    +6
    Che talk with them, soak in the toilets of all who took up arms.
    1. atalef
      atalef 11 February 2014 12: 46
      -2
      Quote: demon184
      Che talk with them, soak in the toilets of all who took up arms

      Soak in the toilet ”- an expression publicly used by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin on September 24, 1999 during a press conference in Astana

      If you soak in toilets - then they have to fight at least another 15 years.
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    3. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 11 February 2014 14: 23
      +1
      Quote: demon184
      Che talk with them, soak in the toilets of all who took up arms.


      Does not work. See what? A whole househouse was organized with the UN just to give the rebels an opportunity to regroup.
  3. AnaBat
    AnaBat 11 February 2014 10: 19
    +7
    Official Damascus said that it is impossible to consider the humanitarian situation in only one place in Syria - you need to pay attention to all other corners of the country, which also has a difficult situation.

    The Americans (i.e., the Saudis, Qatars, and ...) do not need peace in SYRIA! The longer the war, the more killings and destruction, the better for them. angry
    Already, everyone now knows that there are militants from all over the world (the Americans claimed that there was a moderate opposition fool )!
    God grant strength to the Syrians yes defeat and establish peace in the Syrian land!
  4. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 11 February 2014 10: 31
    +2
    Assad needs to agree with at least moderate remnants to begin a shift in the situation. Not necessarily with everyone.
  5. denson06
    denson06 11 February 2014 12: 29
    +6
    Thank you for keeping us up to date directly from Syria, Elena .. hi
  6. lada lada
    lada lada 11 February 2014 12: 38
    +4
    Assad needs to agree at least with moderate balances - absolutely agree with you. And Lena is so well done, success, Helen!
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    2. atalef
      atalef 11 February 2014 12: 48
      0
      Quote: lada lada
      Assad needs to agree with at least moderate residues

      I see you from Syria, and who are these moderates (as I understand the opponents of Assad), why are they remnants (that is, all the others have not been moderate for a long time? And how many of these moderates are relative to the rest), and why he has not yet agreed with them. I would like to know . Sincerely . hi
    3. alone
      alone 11 February 2014 22: 16
      -3
      Ambition does not allow him to do this. And yet dependence on Iran. It is no secret that Iran finances Assad in his war. That's the whole problem.
  7. Beck
    Beck 11 February 2014 17: 49
    -4
    Elena Gromova!

    Where is the breakdown of negotiations in Geneva that should have been organized by the West and the USA? Where? About which you painted so colorfully in one of your previous articles. Not the West and Syria agree, but the Syrian regime with the opposition.

    It is possible that the negotiations will end in nothing. And the main obstacle in this will be the position of the Assad regime.

    What is needed for a country that has been on fire for three years in a civil war, in which nothing is decided by military means? Logically, common sense, humanism needs a Transitional Government, which would include the warring parties, except for extremists, and which would first cease hostilities, and then hold the election of parliament and the country's leader.

    This is the main thing that the opposition offers. But in this case, under any circumstances, the hereditary, family clan of dictators Asadov loses power. But Bashar wants power at all costs, which is why he has been shooting his people for three years now.

    That’s what Basharu, In the Name of Peace in Syria, is to give up dictatorial power and hold the election. And nothing prevents but vanity and thirst for dictatorship. He has money, would spend the rest of his life in bliss and luxury on some kind of azure shore.
    1. Nick
      Nick 11 February 2014 22: 19
      +4
      Quote: Beck
      What is needed for a country that has been on fire for three years in a civil war, in which nothing is decided by military means?

      You do not confuse a civil war with a war with international terrorists ...
      Incorrect assessment of events, disavows your conclusions and appeals.
    2. bomg.77
      bomg.77 11 February 2014 23: 01
      +3
      Quote: Beck
      Where is the breakdown of negotiations in Geneva that should have been organized by the West and the USA?
      But in fact, is this not a breakdown? There is no parity in the negotiation process, Iran is not allowed, which contradicts earlier agreements. To see Lavrov persuaded the Syrians to sit at the negotiating table without Iran. Yes, and looking at the behavior of Ban Ki-moon, who blows his American friends to the mill. So we can talk about the breakdown of negotiations, in fact.
      1. Beck
        Beck 12 February 2014 01: 52
        -2
        Quote: Nick
        You do not confuse a civil war with a war with international terrorists ...


        There are well-known figures, and here on the site they believed that the orthodox seams ran from everywhere only 10 percent, and the rest are Syrians. By definition, there can’t be many bandits, and just as a regular army cannot handle them for three years. During these three years, 130 people died. We will consider half the government troops and that 000 were killed by bandits. If 65 were killed, then applying a coefficient of 000 we can talk about 65 bandits. Tell me where you can get about 000 orthodox sutures. Rave. In Syria, they demanded changes, Assad began to shoot at his people, so the people took up arms.

        Quote: bomg.77
        But in fact, is this not a breakdown? There is no parity in the negotiation process,


        What are you talking about? You have some strange account. About 40 countries gathered, invited the opposition and representatives of the regime. On the first day they were warned that without ambition they would come to at least some kind of agreement and EVERYTHING.

        And now only two parties are negotiating. Opposition and representatives of the regime. No one else is participating in the negotiations between them. Neither Russia nor the USA, no one else. Russia and the United States only organized negotiations and stepped aside allowing the Syrians to understand themselves.

        What does Iran have to do with it? What should the Opposition, the regime and Iran have to sit at the negotiating table? What should Iran do if Russia and the United States are not sitting at the negotiating table.

        Yeah, what can you say for the sake of yourself and for the sake of the bloody regime.
        1. bomg.77
          bomg.77 12 February 2014 11: 10
          +2
          Quote: Beck
          What does Iran have to do with it? What should the Opposition, the regime and Iran have to sit at the negotiating table?
          If Iran had nothing to do with it, then why was it so persistently not allowed in, then there is a reason?
          Quote: Beck
          Gathered about 40 countries, invited the opposition and representatives of the regime. On the first day they were warned that without ambition they would come to at least some kind of agreement and EVERYTHING.
          Beck, do you seriously think that parting needs 40 countries?))))
          Quote: Beck
          And now only two parties are negotiating. Opposition and representatives of the regime.
          Syria has already spoken out about the representative of the opposition, in the sense that this person represents no one and nothing but pro-Western interests. In Syria, there is no regime, but a legitimate government. Bandits and rebels are fighting against the Army. You have Assad a tyrant and a murderer, and the beast-fighters for freedom, what else can I discuss? I understood you as you do me, you won’t convince me, just as I am YOU. hi
  8. Beck
    Beck 12 February 2014 11: 47
    -1
    Quote: bomg.77
    In Syria, not a regime, but a legitimate government.


    In 1970, Bashar's father Hafez al-Assad seized power in Syria by a military coup and established his dictatorship. A state of emergency was introduced in the country, which has not been lifted for 40 years. In 1982, the people of Syria demanded Elections, Hafez tanks rolled into the asphalt 40 thousand representatives of their people.

    In 2000, Hafez inherited dictatorial power from his son. There were no elections. Three years ago, the people of Syria demanded the lifting of the state of emergency of the dictatorship and the holding of elections in the country. Half a year there were peaceful demonstrations, and half a year Bashar shot unarmed people. The people were tired of dying without a response and he took up arms. It was then that every radical trash came into the country, but now no more than 10% of this trash. Bashar surpassed his father, he had already ruined 130 representatives of his people and forced millions to become refugees.

    What does the Syrian people require? It requires that Syria be like in Russia, that Elections are held regularly and that the people themselves can choose their leader, and not obey the dictatorship.

    Quote: bomg.77
    Beck, do you seriously think 40 countries are needed for parting words?


    I dont know. For me, more than half are generally useless. But negotiations were organized by Russia and the United States, they know better.

    Quote: bomg.77
    If Iran had nothing to do with it, then why was it so persistently not allowed in, then there is a reason?


    Iran morally, financially, financially supports the dictatorial regime and this is why it cannot be objective. And in general, Iran itself did not break into negotiations. All the countries of Geneva also did not break, but received an invitation from the UN. The UN first invited Iran, and then withdrew its invitation. Delov then?

    PS
    In fact, if there are buttons, they must be pressed. But, you always minus your opponents in a serious discussion. It is clear when minded minded, they have nothing to say except the minus. It is clear when those who insulted are minus. It is clear when they minus those who put out a comment on hatred. In all other cases, I personally do not understand.
    1. bomg.77
      bomg.77 12 February 2014 12: 34
      +1
      Quote: Beck
      . But, you always minus your opponents in a serious discussion
      I did not minus you.
      1. Beck
        Beck 12 February 2014 18: 27
        -1
        Quote: bomg.77
        I did not minus you.


        Well, good. I have my own point of view, you have a different one, that's why the discussion.

        It turns out to be Gromova, sort of stealthily, and my last koment from PS made you get out into the light.

        She is in her role. I wrote five sentences and fraud and lies in them.

        ELECTIONS under Assad in Syria was not Never. There was a 40 year state of emergency, so as not to hold elections. In emergency situations, elections are not held all over the world, and the dictatorial regime used this, they say that we have an emergency.

        There were two referenda in 2000 and 2007. But a referendum is not an election because there is nothing to choose from in a referendum. And the next referendum was supposed to be held in 2014. These referenda with 7 year intervals, Gromova calls, false, to confuse the ignorant, with elections. And the results of the referenda were authoritarian and purely dictatorial - 97,27% in 2000 and 97,62% in 2007. It was as if there were no sick people in Syria, business trips, nonsense, etc. If in 2007 97% of the Syrians were for Bashar, then it would be impossible for such a development of events as there are now since 2010.

        Quote: elenagromova
        A commentary, expressing servility to the United States, is misanthropic.


        And what is it expressed in? Labels do not need to be scattered a lot of mind.

        Quote: elenagromova
        Well, again .... Answer worthy people do not have enough time, but they have to respond to misanthropic posts - posts of support for American fascism.


        And you better not respond to normal people, they always convict you of a lie. You were born late, with the makings of communist propaganda and agitation and propaganda of the Third Reich it would be handy to whitewash not only the dictator Bashar, but also other dictators - Pinochet, Pol Pot, Franco, Bokassu and others.

        In general, put me on a black list, you'll sleep more calmly. Ours with a brush.
        1. elenagromova
          12 February 2014 20: 33
          +1
          For 90% comments, I actually thank people. And only no more than 10% of comments demonstrate a complete misunderstanding.
          And to "incriminate" me in something - the incrimination did not grow. This I incriminate you - in the moral support of bandits and murderers.
          And take your Pinochet yourself. Just as America was pushing him to power, to overthrow the legitimate Socialist President Allende, as she now does in Syria. But Franco generally enjoyed the support of the whole West. Yes, and Bokassa with the United States had a great relationship.
          1. Beck
            Beck 13 February 2014 12: 02
            0
            Quote: elenagromova
            And to "incriminate" me in something - the incrimination did not grow.


            Have you seen?

            Quote: elenagromova
            And take your Pinochet to yourself.


            So I remembered about Pinochet because you once compared events in Chile and Syria. And Asadov was likened to Allende.

            And what can be the comparison of Allende with Assad?

            If we compare precisely Pinochet and Assad. Both came to power overthrowing the legitimate rulers. Both of them flooded the country with the blood of their people.

            True, there is a slight difference. Pinochet ultimately abandoned power and transferred power to the Election. Bashar does not want to leave and continues to shoot at his people.

            And for you, any scoundrel friend would only be against the world community and civilization.
    2. elenagromova
      12 February 2014 15: 06
      +2
      But I always minus comments misanthropy.
      A commentary, expressing servility to the United States, is misanthropic.
      I would put on two minuses - for the fact that, in addition to misanthropy, they also contain complete lies (the elections in Syria were, they are provided for by the constitution once every 7 years, just like in France).

      Well, again .... Answer worthy people do not have enough time, but they have to respond to misanthropic posts - posts of support for American fascism.