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Germany wishes Syrian people to live in peace

Posted by seumasach on July 20, 2012

Mired in stupidity and hypocrisy the European leadership is hopelessly adrift. Here their double-think extends to the idea that conflict resolution involves sanctions against one side , the Syrian government, with a view to achieving the aims of the other, in this case Western backed terrorists. By thus undermining the Annan Peace Plan they intend to bring peace, presumably in the Orwellian sense of the term. Note that rights are conceded to “the Syrian people”, presumably meaning their individual human rights, but not  the right of Syrian national self-determination which is being trampled underfoot by the West.

Anadolu Agency

20th July, 2012

AKSARAY (AA) – July 20, 2012 – Germany’s ambassador in Turkish capital of Ankara has said that Germany wished that Syrian people would live in peace in accordance with their own rights.

Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), Ambassador Eberhard Pohl said that the embassy was working to boost ties between Turkey and Germany, stating that they were searching for Turkish partners for German companies and vice versa.

Replying to a question on Syria, Pohl said that Germany wished that Syrian people would live in peace in line with their own rights, and his country hoped this would be secured with some sanctions. “We hope that problems in Syria will end as soon as possible,” he said.

Meetings regarding Syria have been held in the UN Security Council in New York and a decision was expected to come out, he said. This platform should ensure Bashar al-Assad to go and the regime to change, he added.

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