The U.N. Security Council reached an agreement on the resolution for the situation in Syria that would be sent to the government’s members countries for its approval.
Vitaly Churkin, the Russian Ambassador, informed through the Russian news RIA Novosti that the new resolution doesn’t seek the resignation of the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. This was the main aspect recommended by the Arab League.
However, Churkin pointed out that the resolution doesn’t determine in no way the final result. The Russian negotiator added that he would wait the reply of his government.
According to Reuters, Churkin would veto if the polls are pushed by the other countries to be held this Friday. Meanwhile France wants that the voting’s be made until Monday. (AV)