Nasser Judeh: An Idea to Restore Peace in Syria

on Friday, July 12, 2013

The United Nations is watching the Syrian conflict very closely and according to the figures given by the United nations, every day more than 166 people are killed in Syria. From the number of killings, the fact which can be clearly understood is that the Syrian war is going nowhere except to more losses of precious lives.

On the other hand, the international community is having meetings in order to resolve the issue. Nasser Judeh, the Jordanian foreign minister was of the view that the opposition should be made strong and it should be given support in order to have peace, but at the same time one must not forget that we should reach a political consensus and a solution that we have been seeking for a long time. So far all attempts to resolve the Syrian issue failed, and peace talks that were to be expected in June were postponed. However, the UN, the US and Russia are already trying to resolve the conflict but could not reach any mutual understanding whether Syria should be a part of the peace talks or not.

Recently, the Jordanian foreign minister has come up with a discussion on the Syrian conflict and has emphasized on the fact that all the attempts went in vain. He added that there should be some positive intentions to reach a conclusion through which peace can be attained.

Friends of Syria have been working on this issue for a while and for the same reason “Get Together” was organized in Doha, Qatar capital on the 22nd of June 2013 to reach the behavior, required to have settlement. Military intervention, in the war between President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and the Syrian fighters, is out of question. Weapons are reaching Syria; but the questions are, what kind of weapons would be transferred to Syria and who would be responsible for sending the weapons. On the other hand who will be receiving the weapons? All of these questions would remain unanswered and rather would remain unanswered forever.

Jordan is one of those neighboring countries facing problems because of refugees moving from Syria said Nasser Judeh while attending the meeting in Doha. He also added that it’s the time to have this issue resolved. The situation went more alarming when a report by the UN revealed that there are many Palestinian refugees who turned away from Jordan. Rumors say that Jordan is supporting the Syrian fighters.

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