Russia has no skeleton to yield a protected breakwater in outcast for embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov pronounced on Saturday.
“We are not even meditative about it,” he told journalists.
“Those who are perplexing to plant this thought into a minds of a general community, pursue their unwashed goals,” he said. “It’s usually provocations by those who wish to put a whole censure for what is going on in Syria on Russia and China, allegedly given we have been restraint something.”
“We are blocking… usually an try to support one side in an inner dispute by a UN Security Council decision,” a Russian unfamiliar apportion added.
Lavrov also pronounced that another Syrian allotment assembly with Russia’s appearance will be hold soon.
“We are assembly with all [parties to a Syrian conflict], we have some contacts scheduled in destiny both in Russia and abroad,” he said.
Up to 17,000 people have been killed in clashes between Assad infantry and antithesis fighters given a commencement of a Syrian dispute 17 months ago, according to UN estimates formed on accounts supposing by Syrian activists.
The European Union authorized a new set of sanctions opposite Syria on Monday, including a worse arms embargo, in response to a sharpening assault in a country.