Arab League to go to UN Security Council regarding Syria crisis
Mohamed El Fatah Naciri has said that the Arab League would go to the UN Security Council again regarding Syria crisis after opposition groups were unified.

ANKARA

Mohamed El Fatah Naciri, the representative of the Arab League in Turkey, has said that the Arab League would go to the UN Security Council again regarding Syria crisis after opposition groups were unified.
"The international community was reluctant to move forward in order to stop the bloodshed in Syria. Of course, some extremists have been infiltrated to Syria, but these are not the problems. Now we have 'unified opposition groups' which were something that the international community has been looking for a long time," the ambassador Naciri told AA correspondent in an exclusive interview.
Naciri stated that following the presidential election in the United States the new administration should go further regarding the Syria issue.
"We are expecting that the new administration in U.S. would take more decisions and would show to the international community which side it stands on. The Arab League decided to go to the UN Security Council and everybody should show up their position there," he said.
The ambassador also stated that Russia had understood the regime in Syria would not to remain standing.
"Gulf states are having a meeting with Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov. The Russians now understood that this regime would not to continue. So there must be some compromises soon," said Naciri.
Naciri also expressed that the recognition of the National Council for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces was a very crucial step in terms of solving the problem out.
"The opposition groups are unified and this should go forward to have a coalition government. The recognition is very important step. The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of Gulf and France have already recognized it. We are expecting the U.S. and other western powers to take step in recognition but it is up to them," the ambassador said.
Reminding of the former chairman of the Syrian National Council Abdelbaset Sayda's comments about the new organization that should be based on inside Syria, Naciri informed that the new body was thinking of some zones in Syria which are under control of opposition groups.
He also said that secure zone issue was under consideration again by the western powers.

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