By Ali Sewan
While the UN Envoy al Akhdar al Ibrahimi was traveling in the region, the AL Secretary General and the Turkish PM voiced the necessity of ‘reforming’ the UNSC. This is part of the efforts to interfere in the Syrian internal affairs.
Both Erdogan and al Arabi want to “deprive Russia and China from the veto that would block any resolution that would copy the Libyan scenario in Syria in order to make open to the barbaric Imperialist-Islamic alliance…
“The Russian-Chinese veto has foiled this imperialist intervention three times, to uphold the international law regarding the Syrian case.
“Under the title, ‘working outside the Security Council,’ Washington and its allies in western Europe and in the region have committed interference in the Syrian internal affairs, providing arms and men and pumping money to the terrorist killers in Syria.
“Al Ibrahim needs to scrutinize this…. Pushing for a UNSC resolution under Chapter 7 by al Arabi and Erdogan is an effort to beat al Ibrahimi’s mission and to hold back the political process which is continuing since the al Dabi’s mission and later the international mission led by Kofi Annan.
“The AL which is hijacked by Qatar and Sauid Arabia has played an active role in thwart al Dabi and Annan, through a double-faced policy: continue to violate the Syrian sovereignty and verbally speaking about a political solution….”
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and AL Secretary General Nabil al Arabi called Saturday for reform to the UN Security Council to allow progress to resolve the Syria crisis which has been held up by veto powers Russia and China.
"If we must wait for one or two permanent members, then Syria's fate is really in great danger," Erdogan told a conference in Istanbul.
"It's time to change the structure of international institutions, starting with the UN Security Council," Erdogan said, calling for "wider, fairer and more effective representation".
Erdogan and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had separate talks with Arab League chief Nabil El-Arabi on the Syria crisis and the latest developments on the border between the two countries where five Turks were killed by Syrian shelling on October 3, Anatolia news agency said.