United Nations top officials and the Security Council pressured the Syrian regime this Thursday to fully carry out the peace plan it promised to heed.
Syria informed that it had taken several steps to comply with the six-point peace plan given by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan. This included the withdrawal of troops from three regions and the expansion of the Red Cross humanitarian access.
According to UN officials more needs to be done, the top priority should be imposing a ceasefire at the top of the agenda. The UN Security Council called all sides to stop the violence and promised to consider more steps necessary.
The opposition Local Coordination Committees of Syria informed that so far 42 people were killed across the country this Thursday. Meanwhile Kofi Annan stated that despite the “partial withdrawal” from Idlib, Zabadani and Daraa regions, the violence continues. (AV)