Military Review

Negotiations and Kills

32



In the south of Syria, in the province of Quneitra, terrorists committed another crime. 12 February, they flew into the village of Al-Duvayya Al-Sugra in the south of the province, staged there pogroms, murders, robberies. Burnt many houses. The victims of the attack were eight people, of whom seven were members of the same family. Leaving the ravaged village, the criminals hijacked cattle that belonged to local residents. This bandit raid was the revenge of the residents who refused to support the terrorists and did not give them shelter.

As stated by the chairman of the Council of Ministers of the SAR Vail Al Khalki and the governor of Quneitra province Maan Salah al-Din Ali, “this is another heinous crime, like other militant atrocities, will not break the resilience of the Syrian people and will not shake their determination to end the terror and continue a course for the creation of a new Syria. "

In the east of the country in the city of Deir ez-Zor, bandits fired mortar shells in the residential area of ​​Al-Kusur. Two of its inhabitants died, several more people were injured.

February 13 in the village of Zhdeidet Artuz, Damascus province, militants fired at a funeral procession in the Eastern Quarter near an Orthodox church. One person died, five were injured, including a child-girl.

On the road between Damascus and Kharasta, terrorists opened indiscriminate fire on cars passing by. Three people injured, damaged 5 cars and a passenger minibus.

In the southern Syrian city of Daraa, gunmen shot at workers who worked at an electrical substation. Two employees were injured, equipment was severely damaged. The city and the surrounding villages were left without light.

Meanwhile, in Geneva, the negotiation process continues between the delegations of Syria and the so-called "opposition".

The Syrian delegation insists that the issue of combating terrorism and ending violence be discussed first. After all, it is the cessation of violence that is the first point of the Geneva communique, on the basis of which the Geneva-2 conference was convened.

However, the delegation of the “Qatari coalition” (as the representatives of the “opposition” are called in Syria, whose structure was formed in due time at the Doha meeting) insists that, first of all, they should discuss the creation of a transitional government.

At a press conference held after the regular negotiating meeting, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the SAR, Faisal Al-Mekdad, stressed that the talk of the delegation of the "opposition" about the transitional government contradicted the priorities of the Geneva communique. According to him, trying out the positions of this document is ruined by the Geneva-2 conference.

The Syrian politician said: "We need a comprehensive discussion of such issues as the fight against terrorism, the rejection of foreign intervention and the cessation of the armament of bandit groups."

Al-Mekdad noted that the opposite delegation does not represent Syrian citizens. In addition, he criticized the actions of the Turkish government, which supports the militants. Because of this support, Al-Mekdad stressed, Turkey cannot be attributed to the part of the international community that wishes Syria peace. The same can be said about some other Western countries.

It should be noted that the majority of Turkish citizens negatively refer to the anti-Syrian actions of the Erdogan government. Proof of this was the demonstration held in Geneva, which was organized by the Turkish community in Switzerland.

Despite the cold weather and rain, Turkish citizens gathered in front of the UN headquarters in Geneva, who called for a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Syria. The protesters held in their hands the flags of their country and Syria, as well as portraits of Bashar Al-Assad. They said that the events in the neighboring country could not but affect Turkey itself, and Erdogan, with the support of the Syrian terrorists, is trying to embroil two fraternal peoples.

A trilateral meeting was held at the Geneva-2 conference, in which Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov, US Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman and UN Special Envoy for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi took part. The latter stated:
“The implementation of the Geneva communique is very complicated. “Sometimes it seems that negotiations are close to failure. But we, the UN, spare no effort to move forward. ”


The diplomatic struggle continues in the UN Security Council. The West is trying to introduce a draft resolution on the humanitarian situation in Syria, which is obviously unacceptable because it contains threats of sanctions against only one side - the Syrian government. Thus, the West wants to provoke Russia and China to re-use the right of veto in order to accuse these countries of a “non-constructive approach”. Obama has already accused Russia of “indifference to the sufferings of the Syrian people,” “forgetting” that it is Washington that is one of the main root causes of this suffering.

Russia submitted to the UN Security Council its draft resolution on the humanitarian situation in Syria, more balanced and based not on threats, but on practical steps. As Foreign Minister Lavrov stated, “Attempts to antagonize the parties will only lead to the fact that they will take polarized positions - one side will consider that it is discriminated against, and the other, in this case, the“ opposition ”, will consider that everything is permitted. because its Security Council is not going to scold. "

In addition, the Russian Federation submitted to the Security Council a draft resolution on fighting terrorism in the SAR. “In this case, while we are starting consultations, a draft of another document, which is dedicated to the tasks of fighting terrorism in Syria. At the same time, we rely not only on the basic principles approved by the UN and other structures, but also take into account the appeal of the G8 leaders to the opposition leaders and the government to unite to eradicate terrorism from the Syrian land, ”the Russian Foreign Minister said.

Lavrov stressed that the West roughly interprets the Geneva communique, more precisely, its paragraph on the transitional governing body. He noted that Western partners put aside most important issues, such as combating terrorism, and ending violence, and implementing local pacification for the delivery of humanitarian aid. It all comes down to the task of the transitional governing body, and the Geneva communique is roughly interpreted in the context of a change of government.

Let's go back to Syria itself. The army is conducting a successful counter-terrorist operation in the Yabrud area between Damascus and Homs. On February 12, servicemen liberated the village of Al-Jarazhir and its environs from militants. On February 13, the terrorists were expelled from another village - As-Sekhel. The fighting continues on the plantations of "Rome" surrounding Yabrud, as well as in the nearby settlements of Al-Mseikhl, Dzheyrud, Ar-Rheiba. Hundreds of bandits from the Jabhat al-Nusra were destroyed, their shelters destroyed and weapons warehouses.

In addition, army operations continue in the areas of Kalamun, Zabadani, Dareya, Khan Ash-Shih, Mlekh, Adra and Jobar near Damascus.
And in the city of Homs extended temporary truce to continue the evacuation of citizens from the quarters of the Old City under the control of the militants, as well as for the delivery of humanitarian assistance to civilians who decided to stay in their homes. In addition to civilians, 70 militants, who surrendered to the authorities, left the area. They told that they had been deceived, that there were too many foreign mercenaries in the ranks of armed groups, who imposed their will on others. In particular, these mercenaries tried in every way to prevent them from surrendering to the authorities.

It is in such small steps for local reconciliation on the ground that there is hope for an end to the violence and suffering of the Syrian people. It is on this basis that a peace process could be built. But Western countries, instead of encouraging just such steps, make provocative statements, threaten with violence, arm militants who commit crimes, and in every possible way try to bring both Geneva-2 and the very idea of ​​peace into a dead end. They need a war in Syria.
Author:
32 comments
Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must sign in.
  1. Same lech
    Same lech 15 February 2014 06: 50
    +9
    And the UN, meanwhile, condemns NORTH KOREA - and is completely indifferent to the crimes of mercenaries and militants in Syria.

    For me, the UN has become a WITHOUT ORGANIZATION-not able to prevent and stop the real killers-DEMOCRATIZERS in SYRIA, LIBYA, AFGHANISTAN and other countries of the world.

    The video of people’s deaths in SYRIA just rolls over and the UN is engaged in tug of war and cannot impartially evaluate these killings and even more so stop them.
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 15 February 2014 07: 31
      +4
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      For me, the UN has become a WITHOUT ORGANIZATION-not able to prevent and stop the real killers-DEMOCRATIZERS in SYRIA, LIBYA, AFGHANISTAN and other countries of the world.

      I understood this even in 1999 when, by the decision of the UN, Yugoslavia began to bomb, that it was necessary to leave this organization ...
      1. abdrah
        abdrah 15 February 2014 14: 52
        +5
        "There was an awful building on the mountain, from afar resembling the UN" V.S. Vysotsky.
        1. Sandov
          Sandov 16 February 2014 15: 04
          +1
          Quote: abdrah
          "There was an awful building on the mountain, from afar resembling the UN" V.S. Vysotsky.

          Capacitive and accurate.
    2. The comment was deleted.
    3. dmitrich
      dmitrich 15 February 2014 07: 56
      +7
      I would transfer the UN headquarters to countries where hostilities are taking place, maybe this would help.
    4. Sergey7311
      Sergey7311 15 February 2014 08: 00
      +8
      The history of the UN repeats the story of the League of Nations. The latter not only did not become an organization of world peace, but also led to the Second World ...
      1. major071
        major071 15 February 2014 08: 07
        +12
        The UN in its present form is the ideological conductor of US policy, no matter how much they shout out there, what kind of world peace. Everything has long been bought by Western financial tycoons who push their decisions through the UN. It’s good that Russia has a veto, and China sometimes supports us, though not to the detriment of itself. hi
        1. Sakmagon
          Sakmagon 15 February 2014 08: 57
          +5
          Indeed, the bitch’s wedding - the first to twitch - will begin to tear it ...
          A soldier is looking from "Kuznetsov" -
          Not one step forward ... not one step back!
      2. catapractic
        catapractic 15 February 2014 11: 01
        +5
        OOH - has degenerated a long time ago and is a very bad tool, but so far there is no other.
    5. Barrcode
      Barrcode 15 February 2014 22: 54
      +2
      The UN looks more and more like the second "League of Nations" ... behaves, accordingly, like a kind of amorphous organ. The inaction of the league made the Germans feel their impunity and, as a result, the Second World War. And what will the UN's inaction lead to? It does not appear that the UN is still guided by the principles that were fundamental when the organization was created. One of these principles was to prevent a repetition of the inaction of the league that led the world to war.
  2. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 15 February 2014 08: 59
    +2
    Again they start to run into Syria! Notice how everyone skillfully makes booze in Ukraine, the Olympics, they shoot in Karabakh, Tajikistan divides something, and in the meantime Syria is again taken by the throat! Russia has strengthened the grouping of the Navy in the Mediterranean! You can't fool us on the chaff .. if something "bang" so it won't seem a little "Our proud Varyag does not surrender to the enemy .." It's true with us!
  3. ruslan207
    ruslan207 15 February 2014 09: 30
    +2
    In general, Syria was not as such, it was created by the French, and the British, like the entire Middle East, if they created these states on a religious and ethnic basis, were Sunni separately, Shiites separately now would not be
    1. catapractic
      catapractic 15 February 2014 11: 03
      +1
      there is a land question - who will bury whom first am
    2. bomg.77
      bomg.77 15 February 2014 12: 12
      +6
      Quote: ruslan207
      In general, Syria was not as such, it was created by the French, and the British
      Israel was not there for sure, and Syria was there when France and England were not in the project. Only Damascus steel is older than the above nationalities.
      1. ruslan207
        ruslan207 15 February 2014 13: 18
        0
        bomg.77-I will afflict you the Israelis, and until the Islamic period the Syrians spoke almost the same language, Aramaic Hebrew was lost although both languages ​​are Simitic so you don’t need a story though you know I doubt
        1. bomg.77
          bomg.77 15 February 2014 13: 43
          +5
          Quote: ruslan207
          bomg.77-I will afflict you the Israelis, and the Syrians before the Islamic period spoke almost the same Aramaic Hebrew language
          There was no speech about the language! Your comment claimed that the French and the British created Syria
          Quote: ruslan207
          In general, Syria was not as such, it was created by the French, and the British
          to which I took that it’s not so ... what's the problem?
          Quote: ruslan207
          you need a story though you know i doubt it
          I don’t understand, what kind of press do they give you Jews for barmitsva, such as: anti-Semite, anti-Semite, anti-Semite, fascist, you don’t know geography, you don’t know history, so that you can use it as you want? !
          1. abdrah
            abdrah 15 February 2014 14: 57
            0
            Quote: bomg.77
            anti-Semite, anti-Semite, fascist,


            The Jewish myth about the Golem comes to mind, where the ancient juden explained in an accessible way where the roots of the whole "Holocaust" grow.
            1. bomg.77
              bomg.77 15 February 2014 15: 27
              0
              Quote: abdrah
              where the roots of the whole "Holocaust" come from.
              About where did the number of 6 millions come from and why do they insist on it so? If about this, then I read it! yes
          2. Current 72
            Current 72 15 February 2014 17: 41
            +4
            ...... like, anti-Semite, anti-Semite, fascist, geography you don’t know, you don’t know history, that you could use it at your discretion .......... bomg.77! I agree with you for the whole 1000! Jewish propaganda is completely gone!
      2. The comment was deleted.
      3. Dezzed
        Dezzed 15 February 2014 16: 39
        +3


        Israel was not where?

        "Damascus" is a city, not a country. The city was and a country called the Syrian Arab Kingdom of the French was organized in 1920.
        do not confuse Syria and Assyria (Northern Mesopotamia)
        1. Barrcode
          Barrcode 15 February 2014 23: 35
          +4
          Quote: bomg.77
          Quote: abdrah
          where the roots of the whole "Holocaust" come from.
          About where did the number of 6 millions come from and why do they insist on it so? If about this, then I read it! yes

          Several times I met data that in the second half of the 30s of the last century about 2,5 million Jews lived on the territory of Western European states and many of them left the Nazis further. How accurate the data I’m not going to say, but the death toll in the end. camps continues to grow inexorably. At first it was 2,5 million, then about 4, then a little more than 5, now it's 6 ... The main thing is that these data are voiced mainly from the descendants of those Jews who managed to avoid the terrible fate of ending up in the end. camp or ghetto and it turned out to move to the United States. Here, anyone doubts the exact number of dead. Russians here do not shout at every corner that, apart from those killed on the fronts, the Nazis destroyed more than 5 million Slavs.
          ... you don’t know geography, anti-Semite, anti-Semite, fascist, geography, you don’t know history, that you could use it at your discretion ...
          And this is like the African-Americans "racist". As soon as a Jew is not promoted in the career or political career, one can immediately hear "Anti-Semite! Can you also justify the Holocaust ?!" and most importantly "loudly" so (in the media or in public). Also African-Americans shout "racist!" In similar situations. It is sad that the tragic death of so many is used in their petty ambitions and even personal enrichment.
          As for Geneva-2, I hope that the negotiations will lead to at least some positive and tangible progress in the current situation in the SAR.
    3. Power
      Power 16 February 2014 19: 44
      0
      In fact, there was no Israel until 1948.
  4. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 15 February 2014 10: 23
    +3
    Quote: ruslan207
    In general, Syria was not as such, it was created by the French, and the British, like the entire Middle East, if they created these states on a religious and ethnic basis, were Sunni separately, Shiites separately now would not be

    Very controversial statement .. Sections on the ethnic and religious principles have never led to good .. If you do not go far, take Israel (the eternal war ..) Ukraine is next in line? The USSR collapsed, who began to live better? In each village, a president with a flag is pushing us to this persistently .. I am for a powerful supranational state! And we will do it!
    1. 120352
      120352 15 February 2014 11: 59
      +1
      I wish you success, Meehan, but it will turn out something like the EU, do not you think?
      1. Irokez
        Irokez 15 February 2014 13: 55
        +1
        No - it will be something like Russia.
  5. ruslan207
    ruslan207 15 February 2014 10: 32
    +2
    Everyone has their own truth in Ukraine, its western part has been brewed in a western boiler for hundreds of years, what we have learned from this
  6. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 15 February 2014 10: 59
    +2
    Quote: ruslan207
    Everyone has their own truth in Ukraine, its western part has been brewed in a western boiler for hundreds of years, what we have learned from this

    Serbia was also cooked in different boilers .. and what? Now there is such a concept "managed house", the corresponding information and financial support and that's it ..! If you organize everything correctly, then in any locality of the planet you can find contradictions and arrange two boilers or better 10 or more and justify all this .. (well, supposedly the right to throw garbage from other houses into our trash can ... then you can bring to an armed conflict .. ))) so everything is relative .. The main thing is who benefits!
    1. 120352
      120352 15 February 2014 12: 05
      0
      If we are talking about HOUSE, then I am for its controllability. Otherwise, pipes, the roof will flow, there will be no light on the stairs, the wipers will run away, the heating will die. But with CHAOS, everything is more complicated.
      The thing is that any order grows out of chaos containing elements of order. There is simply no absolute chaos without elements of order and absolute order, without elements of chaos. But this is SYNERGETICS - the science of complex open, self-organizing and self-developing systems, i.e. a separate topic.
  7. alone
    alone 15 February 2014 12: 47
    0
    In addition to civilians, 70 militants who surrendered to the authorities left this region. They told that they were deceived that too many foreign mercenaries appeared in the ranks of the armed groups, who imposed their will on the rest. In particular, these mercenaries tried in every possible way to prevent them from surrendering to the authorities.


    Sheer lies. Knowing the Wahhabis' troubles, I can guarantee that, rather, these 70 would have been shot by foreign fighters themselves than given to them to surrender to the authorities. again we step on the same rake, Madame Gromova !!
  8. alone
    alone 15 February 2014 13: 25
    +1
    Anyone who minuses let him give a counter-argument before minus. And the arguments as I see zero.

    In the south of Syria, in the province of Quneitra, terrorists committed another crime. 12 February, they flew into the village of Al-Duvayya Al-Sugra in the south of the province, staged there pogroms, murders, robberies. Burnt many houses. The victims of the attack were eight people, of whom seven were members of the same family. Leaving the ravaged village, the criminals hijacked cattle that belonged to local residents. This bandit raid was the revenge of the residents who refused to support the terrorists and did not give them shelter.

    Here is the concrete action of the terrorists against those who refused to support them.

    And below, these same terrorists just let 70 people go. Those who participated in the battles in the city know what a group of 70 people means. Where is it, His Majesty LOGIC?

    For those who previously hung noodles on their ears, let them not answer the question. !!
    1. Professor
      Professor 15 February 2014 14: 29
      -2
      Quote: lonely
      Leaving the ravaged village, the criminals stole cattle belonging to local residents. This gangster raid was a revenge on residents who refused to support the terrorists and did not give them refuge.

      The fact that there was no measure of any scum there was no doubt, nevertheless they took the cattle ... so did the partisans during the Second World War. request
      1. ruslan207
        ruslan207 15 February 2014 15: 02
        +1
        Well, there’s nothing to compare the partisans with Nazism, they fought for food, I’d like all kinds of partisans, everything depends on a particular person. It depends on Syria. Al-Qaeda is fighting where many mercenaries will not let go.
        1. Professor
          Professor 15 February 2014 16: 26
          -3
          Quote: ruslan207
          in Syria, al-Qaeda is fighting where many mercenaries will not let a tear go

          In Syria, everyone is at war. sad
      2. ruslan207
        ruslan207 15 February 2014 15: 02
        0
        Well, there’s nothing to compare the partisans with Nazism, they fought for food, I’d like all kinds of partisans, everything depends on a particular person. It depends on Syria. Al-Qaeda is fighting where many mercenaries will not let go.
      3. alone
        alone 15 February 2014 16: 30
        -1
        Quote: Professor
        The fact that there was no measure of any scum there was no doubt, nevertheless they took the cattle ... so did the partisans during the Second World War.

        Greetings, Oleg! It's not about the cattle stolen there or something else. There is a fact of complete lies. I am too familiar with the Wahhabis' polish and even with a pistol on the back of my head I don’t believe that 70 people surrendered to the authorities, and at the same time foreigners- jihadists persuaded them not to give up.)) They would rather be gathered in a line and shot in the back of the head under the shouts of “Allahu-Akbar!” Why are we here with outright lies and stupid propaganda from the SANA agency?
        According to the logic of this information, it seems like foreign jihadists are vile terrorists who kill everyone, but at the same time let those who doubt their victory give up. Alright with the author, this is not her first and not the last puncture, but the others who surprise me all this is closing their eyes and most importantly - REASON
        1. alone
          alone 15 February 2014 16: 32
          -3
          it looks something like this

          laughing wassat
        2. Onotollah
          Onotollah 15 February 2014 20: 56
          +1
          Quote: lonely
          like foreigners jihadists are vile terrorists

          Is this discovery true?
          I think the Nobel Prize, no less.
      4. Onotollah
        Onotollah 15 February 2014 20: 49
        +6
        Quote: Professor
        . partisans did so during the Second World War.

        With all due respect, let me note that the partisans were at home, took their own and fought to the death, by the way, with those of your compatriots who made lampshades and made soap.
        You already decide whether this is good or bad - make lampshades from people, and then equal the Soviet partisans with cannibals and terrorists.
        1. Professor
          Professor 15 February 2014 21: 18
          -3
          Quote: Onotolle
          With all due respect, let me note that the partisans were at home, took their own and fought to the death, by the way, with those of your compatriots who made lampshades and made soap.

          Sunnis in Syria make up the majority of the population and they seem to be at home.

          Quote: Onotolle
          You already decide whether this is good or bad - make lampshades from people, and then equal the Soviet partisans with cannibals and terrorists.

          Bad bad. However, not everyone who fights against Assad is a terrorist. There are many who are fighting for their home.
      5. dmitrich
        dmitrich 16 February 2014 05: 04
        +1
        Quote: Professor
        The fact that there was no measure of any scum there was no doubt, nevertheless they took the cattle ... so did the partisans during the Second World War.

        were you a partisan or your dad?
        1. Professor
          Professor 16 February 2014 10: 53
          -1
          Quote: Dmitry
          were you a partisan or your dad?

          And you don’t poke me, you didn’t graze geese in one meadow, go better to learn what posts Stalin held.
          And partisans in the woods in supermarkets bought out and did not seize the livestock from the local ... fool
          1. dmitrich
            dmitrich 16 February 2014 17: 24
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            And you don’t poke me, you didn’t graze geese in one meadow,

            you have that megalomania, you do not require treatment, but you deserve it.
            1. Professor
              Professor 16 February 2014 21: 12
              -1
              Quote: Dmitry
              you have that megalomania, you do not require treatment, but you deserve it.

              Mom and Dad haven’t taught you the rules of good form? Didn’t tell you that adult strangers should not be poked? Everything goes with the family ...
              1. dmitrich
                dmitrich 17 February 2014 04: 07
                0
                Quote: Professor
                Mom and Dad haven’t taught you the rules of good form? Didn’t tell you that adult strangers should not be poked? Everything goes with the family ...

                Where do I have you with you after all, dad of partisans.
          2. dmitrich
            dmitrich 16 February 2014 17: 29
            0
            Quote: Professor
            go better to learn what positions Stalin held.

            you tell how much as your minister fence fence, strategists.
            1. Professor
              Professor 16 February 2014 21: 13
              0
              Quote: Dmitry
              you tell how much as your minister fence fence, strategists.

              Likbez helped? Understood who was the people's commissar? Or poke your nose again? wink
              1. dmitrich
                dmitrich 17 February 2014 04: 22
                +1
                Quote: Professor
                Likbez helped? Understood who was the people's commissar? Or poke your nose again?

                why are you so annoying, behave more modestly.
            2. The comment was deleted.
  9. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 15 February 2014 13: 51
    +3
    Well, here's the secret of the long boxes that were loaded last summer in the large landing ship at the Novorossiysk naval base, as part of the "Syrian Express" ...



    Rocket 9M55K of the "Smerch" system, allegedly fired by the Syrian government forces at the positions of the rebels in the area of ​​the settlement. Kafr Zita, Hama province, 12 February 2014

    Unexploded submunition 9Н235 (used in missiles 9М27К1 and 9М55К), found in the vicinity of Kafr Zita.
    Well, since the missiles have to be launched from something, and earlier BM-30 "Smerch" launchers were not supplied to Syria, it seems that 9A52 launchers were also delivered.
    As the saying goes, "The Syrian Express" in action. Hello Al Qaeda! good
    1. Professor
      Professor 15 February 2014 14: 33
      +3
      Quote: Novel 1977
      Unexploded submunition 9Н235 (used in missiles 9М27К1 and 9М55К), found in the vicinity of Kafr Zita.

      Of course, these rebels have no brains to pick their wands like this. fool
    2. Barrcode
      Barrcode 15 February 2014 23: 45
      +1
      Darn! Why didn’t he burst? And what are they so vividly discussing on the first video? The translation would be ...
  10. parus2nik
    parus2nik 15 February 2014 16: 37
    +1
    Negotiations and assassinations ... And why be surprised, the Americans and the Vietnamese from 1970 in Paris to 1975 negotiated, and during this period ... they "democratized" with napalm .. And not only them ..
  11. Zomanus
    Zomanus 15 February 2014 20: 16
    +2
    This is how these militants would be redirected to Saudi Arabia or to Amer’s bases ... Because Syria is now torn apart not by revolutionaries, but by purely foreign mercenaries. And there is no longer talk of a civil war.
  12. elenagromova
    16 February 2014 13: 57
    +1
    Quote: PSih2097

    I understood this even in 1999 when, by the decision of the UN, Yugoslavia began to bomb, that it was necessary to leave this organization ...


    The problem is that the United States and NATO began to bomb Yugoslavia, without asking for UN sanctions at all. There was no such sanction. It was a barbaric, monstrous, unwarranted and uncovered war crime on the part of Clinton, Albright, Solana, Clark and others.
  13. Peter 1
    Peter 1 16 February 2014 17: 57
    +4
    Russians wish Assad victory. and the militants Schaub died and went to hell