Posição oficial da Parte Russa em relação à situação na Síria
Article by Russian President Vladimir Putin published in the US newspaper New York Times.
Vladimir Putin summed up the results of the G20 Summit and answered journalists’ questions.
In light of the aggravation of the situation around Syria, it is especially worrying that any forceful action against this country may touch objects which are sensitive in terms of nuclear security and nuclear non-proliferation.
We continue to receive alarming signals about an approaching military interference in the Syrian conflict without proper sanctions from the UN Security Council. As before, we consider that such a position is absolutely contrary to international law and is therefore unacceptable.
The reaction of the international community and individual states to the use of chemical weapons shall remain within a strict legal framework. At the same time, any reaction must be supported by the results of a thorough independent investigation.
On the eve of the G20 Summit, Vladimir Putin gave an interview to Channel One and the Associated Press news agency. The interview was recorded in Novo-Ogaryovo on September 3.
We draw attention to the mass filling of information space with different materials, the purpose of which is to impose responsibility for the alleged use of chemical weapons in Damascus on the Syrian officials, before the results of the UN investigation are presented. Thus, “the ground is prepared” for forceful action against Syria. In view of this, we deem it possible to share the main conclusions of the Russian analysis of the samples taken in the place of the incident using military poisonous substances in the Aleppo suburb – Khan al-Asal.
Dear colleagues and friends,
I am really glad to acknowledge our regular meeting, which we traditionally have on the Day of Knowledge. I would especially like to welcome first year students, and hope that they join this sort of family, fully mastering its tradition, maintaining the continuity of generations.
First and foremost my trip reflects the importance that Siberia and the Far East hold for Russia.
In general my trip was planned. But of course, after the well-known, difficult events triggered by floods and linked with flood control, we had to modify the agenda a little bit, and spend more time on precisely those issues.
The BRICS Ministers for Foreign Affairs met in New York on September 26th, 2012, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly and discussed among other issues the situation in Syria.
They expressed their deep concern with the escalation of violence and the deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation in Syria with reports of growing violations of human rights and of humanitarian international law.
According to the coming information, the escalation of tension in Syria continues. There still are the armed clashes in different districts of the country. Recently came up the facts of massacre against Syrian civilians in Daraa near Damascus, where bodies of more than two hundred people, including women and children, were found after it had been freed by governmental troops. This is another provocative crime, analogous in pattern to those, which took place earlier and provoked the huge international resonance.
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