27.11.11

No colonial intervention in Syria using "al-CIA-duh"

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Of course certain BRIC countries have fresh memories of Western colonial powers wrecking havoc in their countries, and do not wish that nasty habit to develop too easily in the West again, in the wake of the Soviet Unions collapse in 1991 and the opportunity it afforded for certain globalist sections of the USA, with their European poodles.

The pre-2001 world order of global cooperation and development must be sought.

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BRICS warns against Syria intervention




Russia and China along with their three partners in the BRICS group of emerging economies have warned against foreign intervention in Syria without UN approval.

By Presstv.com

In a statement issued after consultations on Thursday in Moscow, the five nations called for immediate talks between the government and opposition in Syria, Reuters reported.

The Russian representative at the meeting said Moscow rejects pressure from the Syrian opposition groups and accuses Western nations of trying to set the stage for armed intervention.

"Any external intervention that does not correspond with the United Nations Charter must be ruled out," the Russian Foreign Ministry statement said.

The Russian statement added that, "The only acceptable scenario for resolving the internal crisis in Syria is the immediate start of peaceful talks with the participation of all sides,”

The BRICS final communiqué said nations "placed a special accent on the role of (the UN Security Council), which holds primary responsibility for the support of international peace and security."

Referring to the recent events in the Middle East and North Africa, BRICS nations noted “the need for the complete adherence to human rights by all sides, in particular the authorities, in regard to protecting unarmed civilians."

The consultations of the BRICS countries brought together deputy foreign ministers of Russia and China as well as Brazil, India and South Africa.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March, with demonstrations held both in favor and against President Bashar al-Assad.

France became the first country to call for international intervention in Syria this week citing humanitarian grounds.

Syria insists that the unrest in the country has been largely promoted by foreign-linked armed elements that have been trying to incite violence by targeting security forces as well as ordinary protesters and blaming the government for their armed efforts.

Countless Syrian civilians and military personnel have lost their lives in the unrest.