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"Una chiara, netta intenzione di ripetere lo scenario libico"
Lo propone, anzi lo ordina ai soliti volenterosi alleati il Segretario di stato, o 
Ministro degli 
esteri USA Hillary Clinton. Boicottate tutte le proposte russe per un cessate il fuoco, 
boicottato e rinviato sine die dai partner occidentali la già pianificata sessione del 
Action 
Group for Syria. Rifiutata pure la proposta di partecipazione dei membri del Consiglio di 
sicurezza all'incontro degli ambasciatori dei Paesi membri dell'Action Group for Syria a 
New 
York venerdì scorso. Vogliono la distruzione della Siria. Vogliono ripetere, se 
possibile, lo 
scenario libico. 

Jure

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West Hellbent On Replicating Libyan Model In Syria

    Posted by: "Rick Rozoff" rwrozoff at yahoo.com rwrozoff
    Date: Sat Aug 18, 2012 6:58 am ((PDT))


http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_08_18/West-unwilling-to-cooperate-with-Russia-
on-Syria/

Voice of Russia
August 18, 2012

West unwilling to cooperate with Russia on Syria
Konstantin Garibov


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"C'è una chiara, netta intenzione di ripetere lo scenario libico", afferma Boris Dolgov, 
dell'Istituto di studi orientali dell'Accademia delle scienze di Mosca, riferendosi alle 
recenti 
dichiarazioni della Clinton per una possibile introduzione di una no-fly zone sulla 
Siria. A 
suo avviso, ciò costituirebbe qualcosa di più di una interferenza armata esterna negli 
affari 
interni siriani. L'imposizione alla Siria di una no-fly zone comporta la distruzione del 
sistema 
missilistico di difesa siriano ed attacchi aerei sul suo territorio, quindi, nei fatti, 
significa una 
invasione armata della Siria, che può essere attuata soltanto fuori da un mandato ONU: 
Russia e Cina varie volte hanno bloccato delle risoluzioni proposte al Consiglio di 
sicurezza 
che spianavano la strada per risolvere la crisi siriana mediante uno "scenario libico". 
(trad. 
J. Ellero)

"This is a clear-cut intention to repeat the Libyan scenario," Dolgov
says, referring to Clinton´s recent statement on a possible introduction
of a no-fly zone over Syria, something that he says is little more than a
call for an armed interference in Syria´s internal affairs. The no-fly
zone stipulates destroying missile defense systems and launching air
strikes, and it, in fact, means an armed invasion of Syria which can only
be fulfilled without being endorsed by the UN. All the more so that Russia
and China several times blocked the UN Security Council resolutions which
paved the way for resolving the Syrian crisis through the Libyan
scenario."

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Russia´s Western partners in the Action Group for Syria have
demonstrated unwillingness to help Moscow contribute to a cease-fire in
this Middle Eastern country. The planned session of the Action Group for
Syria with the participation of Turkey, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar and the EU has
been postponed indefinitely.

It was Russia that earlier offered the five permanent UN Security Council
members to take part in the Action Group for Syria´s ambassadorial
meeting in New York on Friday. Also, Russia hammered out a draft
declaration where it formulated its initiatives on the Syrian settlement.
The document, in particular, urged the conflicting parties to agree on an
early cease-fire in Syria by notably appointing special envoys tasked with
holding peace negotiations.

The West has preferred to keep mum on Russia´s proposal on exerting
pressure on both parties to the Syrian conflict. Small wonder, given that
the West is playing its own card in Syria, our political commentator says.

Western countries continue to lend military support to the opposition in a
bid to oust a legal power in Syria. Earlier this week, US Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton tried, in fact, to create a new anti-Syrian
coalition that could bring together Britain, France, Germany and Turkey. 

During a video conference, the five coordinated steps to render additional
assistance to Syrian opposition. They pledged more arms and means of
communication to militants who are keen to topple the Assad regime. 

Additionally, more mercenaries are set to be dispatched to Syria in the
near future. A year ago, the same steps were in place with respect to
then-Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, says Boris Dolgov, of the Moscow-based
Institute for Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

"This is a clear-cut intention to repeat the Libyan scenario," Dolgov
says, referring to Clinton´s recent statement on a possible introduction
of a no-fly zone over Syria, something that he says is little more than a
call for an armed interference in Syria´s internal affairs. The no-fly
zone stipulates destroying missile defense systems and launching air
strikes, and it, in fact, means an armed invasion of Syria which can only
be fulfilled without being endorsed by the UN. All the more so that Russia
and China several times blocked the UN Security Council resolutions which
paved the way for resolving the Syrian crisis through the Libyan
scenario."

Earlier in the week, two field commanders from Libya joined those foreign
mercenaries who are currently helping armed Syrian opposition depose
President Bashar Assad. The two men were at the helm of militants
attacking Gaddafi´s presidential palace in Tripoli in 2011.

On Friday, the Al-Arabya TV channel quoted a source in the United States
as saying that 14 surface-to-air Stinger missiles have been delivered to
the Syrian opposition at an area on the border with Turkey. The source
added that both the United States and Turkey are aware of the arms
delivery, and that "financing has probably come from Saudi Arabia."

Alexander Sotnichenko, a St.Petersburg-based Middle East expert, warns
that the West´s playing with fire in Syria is fraught with grave
consequences. This will further exacerbate the situation, and is unlikely
to help spread democratic values in Syria, Soitnichenko says.

"Hefty sums injected into the Syrian opposition may finally lead to Bashar
Assad stepping down," Sotnichenko says. "This will mean Syria ultimately
turning into a battle zone where a civil war is very likely," he
concludes.

Meanwhile, the use of a force-leaning scenario was not supported by a
summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) which wrapped up
in Mecca earlier this week. A statement to this effect was made by OIC
Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, which was echoed by Sergei
Demidenko of the Institute of Strategic Assessments and Analysis in
Moscow.

"Saudi Arabia and Qatar have realized that the West will not meddle in the
conflict now that the presidential elections in the United States are yet
to be held," Demidenko says. "Right now, they pretend to join the
international community in saying `no´ to military interference in
Syria, something that is nothing but lip-service."

On Friday, Algerian diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi was appointed the new UN-Arab
League envoy to Syria. He will replace Kofi Annan who earlier said he will
quit in late August. In the meantime, Moscow has already expressed hope
that Lakhdar Brahimi will successfully interact with the Action Group for
Syria.


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