World Powers Agree on UN Plan for Syria

by Pamela Dockins  |  published on October 31, 2015

World powers involved in talks on Syria’s political future have agreed to a U.N.-led process that involves talks between the Syrian government and opposition and also to explore a cease-fire that would still allow strikes against terrorist groups.

The plans were outlined in a Friday news conference held by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.N. Special Envoy Staffan De Mistura.

It followed a seven-hour meeting, on Syria, that included diplomats from the 17 countries, plus the United Nations and European Union. Officials said the group agreed to meet again within two weeks.

  • teaman

    Every deal John Kerry, the TRAITOR, is involved in is a loss for the U. S. Fact is, the only reason Obama, the Executive Anus, appointed Kerry in the first place, is because the Anus knows how the country feels about him….and the Anus hates America.

  • rhondareichel

    Assad must go? It’s not our decision.

  • rhondareichel

    Diplomacy? finally?
    no more entaglements

  • ADRoberts

    And this assertion is supposed to give us confidence that something good is going to happen? Of course not. we know that the leaders of the world and the UN are consistent about FAILING to do anything right.

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