Thursday, September 12, 2013

Syria free from chemical weapons

Syria and chemical weapons are the common subjects recently. Chemical weapons being used few week ago, it cost thousands of innocent lives. Lives just gone like that, what the saddest things. Many questions remain not clear. 1. Who actually using chemical weapons? Syria government or Syria rebel forces supported by foreign powers? 2. Is it both sides also using? But why USA and its allies only condemn Syria government? Did USA and its rallies never suspect Syria rebel forces at all? Is it because they are friends, then every details were covered behind the curtain? 3. Russia president Putin said Syria rebel forces using Chemical weapons. I think many possibilities because the country is now in the conflict , so any things can be happen, good men also can become bad men....but anyway I think human beings just never wake up, always like to fight, conquer, killing, bulling, powerful countries like to bully small countries....greedy mind set....
UNITED NATIONS Syria says it became a full member of the convention banning the use of chemical weapons as of Thursday but the United Nations says it will take at least another 30 days.

Bashar Ja'afari told reporters he presented the secretary-general with "the instrument of accession" to the Chemical Weapons Convention after President Bashar Assad signed a legislative decree earlier Thursday declaring Syria's approval to join the treaty.

"With this, the chapter of the so-called chemical weapons will be ended and ... Syria has become, starting today, a full member of the convention," Ja'afari told reporters.

But U.N. associate spokesman Farhan Haq said "Syria will become a member 30 days after its instrument of accession is deposited." He said the documentation is still being studied.
USA and Russia are now doing their best to solve Syria complotted problems. Both side need to use peaceful solution, using old form of doing things like using forces might not useful, it might worsen the situation in Syria.  Mr. Kerry and Sergey Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, held a working lunch earlier on the chemical weapons issue. Their teams of arms controls officials also conferred. In the morning, Mr. Kerry and Mr. Lavrov had a three-way meeting with Lakhdar Brahimi, the United Nations envoy, on the parallel issue of how to arrange a peace conference to facilitate a political settlement.

“President Obama is deeply committed to a negotiated solution with respect to Syria,” Mr. Kerry told a joint news conference at which he said the three diplomats would continue their discussions around Sept. 28 in New York.
But prospects for peace talks, he said, would depend heavily on the outcome of the efforts to put Syria’s chemical weapons under international control and eventually destroy them.
“We both agreed to do that homework and meet again in New York around the time of the U.N. General Assembly in order to see if it is possible then to find a date for that conference, much of which will obviously depend on the capacity to have success here in the next days″ on the subject of the chemical weapons, Mr. Kerry said. It was not clear if their Geneva meetings would wrap up Friday or continue into Saturday.
As the deliberations went on, Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary General and prior Syrian envoy, also conferred separately with Mr. Kerry and Mr. Lavrov.
“These are fast-moving developments,” said Mr. Annan. “And I hope we are going to see further movement on the issue.”
“Hopefully at the end of the day we will come up with a proposal that deals effectively with the chemical weapons, gets people back to the table to seek political settlement and improve the humanitarian condition for the people of Syria.”
The State Department announced that Mr. Kerry would also be traveling to Jerusalem on Sunday to meet with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister. Mr. Kerry met recently in London with Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, and one purpose of his meeting in Israel is to discuss the Middle East peace talks.
But Jen Psaki, the spokesman for the State Department, said the meeting with Mr. Netanyahu would also focus on developments in Syria.
Mr. Kerry has argued strongly in recent weeks that it was necessary to carry out a military strike in Syria after the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack near Damascus to reinforce the message to Iran that the Obama administration would not allow the Iranians to field a nuclear device and was retaining a military option as a last resort.
After Jerusalem, Mr. Kerry plans meet on Monday in Paris with Laurent Fabius, the French foreign minister, and William Hague, the British foreign secretary. The Monday meeting was first reported by Agence France-Presse and was confirmed by an American official.
That would provide Mr. Kerry with an opportunity to confer with the United States’ two principal European allies on the Syria crisis, each of whom is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.
While in Paris, Mr. Kerry will also meet with Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal. Saudi Arabia has been a strong supporter of the Syrian opposition and advocate of taking tough action following the August 21 chemical weapons attack.
Mr. Obama’s decision to defer military action, however, has stirred concern in Israel that the credibility of the American policy toward Iran is being eroded.
Mr. Kerry was not the only one here who spoke publicly on Friday about the possibility of holding peace talks on Syria.
Sitting on a dais with Mr. Kerry, Mr. Lavrov hailed effort of the Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, to persuade President Bashar al-Assad of Syria to join the treaty banning chemical arms, and stressed the need to resume peace talks in Geneva.
Mr. Lavrov said it was “very unfortunate that for a long time the Geneva communiqué was basically abandoned,” referring to a 2012 document that outlined basic terms for the peace talks.
Despite the public facade of unity, however, the United States and Russia have been sharply divided over how to organize a political settlement and who should attend a peace conference. We need to monitor the situation closely.
Syria president demands USA stop supply arms to rebel forces. Syria now in the civil war because of rebel forces play havoc. How can they having weapons in the first place? Can the legal Syria Assad supress the rebel forces? I think it is normal for the legal government to eradicate the trouble makers rebel forces. If rebel forces stop playing havoc, put down the weapons and willing to have the peaceful dialogue  with Syria elected government, then the civil war can be stopped immediately. Syria rebel forces are connected to some terrorist group, they are the lots who just want power and to overthrow government, that's it. Do rebel forces the honest, kind people? Did the rebel forces never kill people at all? Now, Assad is willing to give up chemical weapons but will rebel forces use chemical weapons and then push it to Assad government and then the USA can use that excuse to carry out the warrior acts. I think USA need to let go their warrior mind set and do their best to advise others in the more friendly manner.

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