sábado, 22 de junio de 2013


Miren cuántos chicos aquel 6 de Julio de 2012, hace casi exactamente un año. El grupo “Amigos de Siria” se reunía pomposamente en la Cumbre de París. Eran representantes de 121 países. Qué lo tiró, lo que va de ayer a hoy…

Sin poder evitar la sorna, los amigos de Red Voltaire comunican hoy la borratina de 110 de los 121 miembros del grupo. Quedan 11.

“The "Friends of Syria" are scheduled to meet on 22 June 2013 in Doha (Qatar). Discussions will focus on arms shipments to the "Free Syrian Army," in the presence of its "chief of staff" General Salim Idriss.

The 11 participants, to whom General Salim Idriss already submitted his list of grievances on 14 June, regard him as an eminent interlocutor. However, despite his title, there is no such thing as an "FSA joint chiefs of staff," but merely a coordination by NATO of groups fighting under this label.

For all of that, out of 121 Member States, only 11 will take part in the meeting (Germany, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, United States, France, Italy, Jordan, Qatar, United Kingdom and Turkey). The other 110 members will keep a safe distance.

Indeed, during the G8 summit in Lough Erne, President Vladimir V. Putin recalled that the delivery of weapons to armed groups in Syria constitutes a violation of international law and exposes the guilty parties to prosecution in international courts.”

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