Staffan de Mistura, United Nations, Special Envoy for Syria at a press conference. 15 January 2015. UN Photo / Jean-Marc Ferré
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UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura met with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hussein Jaber Ansari in Tehran on Saturday to discuss the latest developments in Syria.

Ansari stated that a common objective for all parties was to “ensure the territorial integrity and national sovereignty of Syria, and to ensure the country does not disintegrate” while enacting initiatives which “pave the way for the Syrian people to decide for their country’s future.”

Staffan de Mistura praised Ansari’s “good advice on how we can promote a concrete, real, political process.”

“The alternative is very dangerous” he added.

The visit follows de Mistura’s Friday trip to Moscow, in which he held talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, and he will meet European and American officials at a conference in Brussels on April 24 and 25.

Source: Ruptly

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Now when their proxies are being routed they talk of “political solution being the only way”? Loosing the war has nothing to do with it, they have always been for the peaceful solution to the instigated conflict? I don’t think so, you (EU) are the directly responsible party for this catastrophe and should be judged internationally and made to fix the damages and above ALL you should be prevented from being able to do it again (ever)…

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Yes, more last minute head feinting from this UN shill to try to weaken the SAA and Russian resolve and buy time for CIA mercs, just before he goes back to collect his next bribe bag in Brussels from his handlers.

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Lavrov has put it straight: FUKUS’ strike bombed Geneva away.
Only Astana is of some value. Astana group – with Turkey’s will at play – will be the only place where Kurds can plead for a solution, UNUSEU are irrelevant.

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You are all mixing EU with what some elites in some English Western and some Arab Muslim countries did – and how they bought some UN personnel – such as the Hashemite prince Zaid.

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The EU did not participate in Your Syrian war with the US, UK, Bani Saud, Qatar, Turkey and and some others. It is not the EU’s fault that these felt entitled to abolish the Baath regime. Syria should have never fallen back to such a primitive form of popular “democracy” – or do we want to call it covered dictatorship? When Your Bani Mashreq refugees came here, we the EU, some Northern and Central countries in particular, we sheltered them at great costs. And now You slander us to have made war on You? Go to Your fathers. He who… Read more »
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Au contraire: Devil’s disciples Hollande, Macron, May, Cameron etc have tankfuls of Syrian blood of all faiths all over them. Merkel’s fear of Russia drilled sense into her, but the Germans’ willingly took on their USSA assignment to become the dumping ground that it now is. And think how German foreign aid to Izraell helped set the foundation for all of this. That’s some serious masochism.

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91% of Germans consider Russia no threat to Germany or the EU. So why should Merkel fear Russia? Putin is no US hawk and not into military adventurism – like Trump, Macron and May. Merkel only talks to the mouth of the US, UK and Polaks but knows Putin is rational. Hollande, Macron, May, Cameron etc do not make up the EU. France and the UK, where they come from, make up much less than a quarter of the EU. And the UK Brexitiers were always the US submarine in the EU. They are out of the EU soon –… Read more »
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That’s easy to say. We are only some 48 hours away from a new white cutthroat staged video and a US carrier group arriving east of Cyprus.

Between Cyprus and Syria we have the Russian fleet and MIG 30’s with kinshal’s ready to take off at any time…