Assad responds to dialogue call with attack, says Turkish FM

Ahmet Davutoglu stated that the Syrian regime responded to dialogue call of leader of the Syrian National Coalition with attack.

Assad responds to dialogue call with attack, says Turkish FM

 

World Bulletin / News Desk

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Friday stated that the Syrian regime responded to the dialogue call of the leader of the Syrian National Coalition, Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib, with attack and said, "If you want political dialogue, let's do it now, with the ones who weren't involved with the killings."

Davutoglu made a speech at the 71st meeting of Turkey-EU Joint Parliamentary Commission in the Turkish Parliament.

Davutoglu reminded the call of the leader of the Syrian National Coalition, Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib, "holding talks with people who weren't involved in the killings such as Assad's deputy Farouk Al-Sharaa" and stated that the Syrian regime didn't give a positive response to the call for dialogue.

"Where are all the people who asked for dialogue, where are those people who asked for parties to gather and find a political solution to the problem- Despite the sufferings, pain and the death of 70,000 people, Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib is very sensitive and wise to bury all these in his heart and call for dialogue. And the response of the Syrian regime was more attacks," Davutoglu said.

Stating that the UN Security Council had lost its credibility, Davutoglu said, "Who represents international conscience, the UN Security Council or the countries that veto- Will we wake up when 700,000 people die instead of 70,000?"

Reminding that the Syrian regime attacked the people in Syria with scud missiles, Davutoglu stated that whoever was committing international crime should be reacted within the UN international norms.

Last Mod: 15 Şubat 2013, 15:26
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