UN Sources to SANA: Bids to Issue Anti-Syria UN Resolutions Failed
Well informed diplomatic and media sources at the UN told Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) that bids of France, Britain, the US, and "Israel" into issuing anti-Syrian UN resolution have failed so far.
The UN Security Council held closed consultations on Friday to discuss the "Israeli"-Western allegations regarding their so-called "Syrian non-compliance with the Safeguard Agreement of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)".
However, representatives of Russia, Brazil, China, South Africa and Lebanon, affirmed in their speeches that they haven't found any concrete evidence confirming the aforementioned allegation. The international representatives also added that this issue does not threaten international security, and therefore Syria does not have any claimed secret nuclear program.
Furthermore, sources affirmed that other representatives at the UN agency stressed on that the Security Council should assume its responsibilities to condemn the blatant "Israeli" aggression against the sovereignty of the Syrian territories.
Reports and investigations have proved that the "Israeli" aggression on the Syrian military sire in Deir El Zour in 2007 was by the support of the US George W. Bush administration as revealed by the administration officials' memoirs.
Meanwhile, Syrian citizens gathered on Friday night in al-Hijaz square in the Syrian capital city Damascus, expressing their support to the national dialogue and the reform program held by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Protesters also condemned the foreign interference in their country's internal affairs, and the international propaganda held in order to breach their sovereignty.
Source: SANA News Agency