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France: Chemical Weapons Deal is Best Way to Remove al-Assad

The Liar John Kerry at dinner with Bashar al-Assad

France: Russia’s deal with United States is “best way to get rid of Assad.”

It is no surprise that the government in France still talks about the removal of Syrias President al-Assad and his government in Damascus. On the one hand, the overthrow of Bashar al-Assad as President of Syria was the intention for a long time, and on the other hand, this is simply what Israel and Saudi Arabia want and therefore, Hollande has the same intention and tries to maintain the agenda of the removal of al-Assad in order to install a proxy regime in Syria.

In case these sides are capable of such an installation of a proxy regime under the consideration of the strength of the Islamist forces and al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists on Syrian soil, which intend the establishment of an Islamist state in Syria. However, so or so, France has yet again confirmed that its administration in Paris is infiltrated by too many Zionists and is not always acting in favour of the French people, but for the benefits of Washington and Tel-Aviv. Of course, the same applies for the German administration in Berlin or the British Prime Minister David Cameron and for the other slave, William Hague.

In a new statement, France`s President Hollande has again underlined, in order to maintain the Israeli stance and propaganda against Syria, that a military attack on Syria must remain on the table and is still an option. President Hollande has further urged an early UN vote in regards of the Russian-American proposal and four-stage plan on Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles. The President of France also stated in his propagandistic remarks that such a military strike on Syria has to remain an option because there is otherwise no other mean to “stop Syria.”

He meant that beside a US-led war on Syria, there is no other way to topple the government of President al-Assad in Damascus. However, such a US-led war on Damascus would be a violation of international law without an approval by the UN Security Council (UNSC) and it is to mention that a military strike on Syria will only increase the violence in the Arab country, the suffering of the Syrian people, and boost the terrorism in the entire region of the Middle East. Not to mention the other dire consequences of such a US-led attack against Syria for the Arab country and the Middle Eastern region.

French President Francois Hollande also said in his new interview with the local TV station “TF1” that such a UN vote should happen before the end of this week and that there has to be a resolution on Syria and the Russian-US agreement on the chemical weapons arsenals on Syrian soil. Hollande added that the Russian-American proposal on Syria’s chemical weapons must “include the threat of sanctions.”

Vladimir Putin, President of Russia
Vladimir Putin, President of Russia

Although it remains questionable which sanctions are left to implement after the all the hypocritical implemented and biased sanctions on Syria in the last two years. Of course, this statement by French President Hollande just shows the true colours of this administration in Paris. It is not about the Syrian people, it is about the implementation of an agenda in the Middle East.

Fancois Hollande also added to his biased remarks in the interview with “TF1” that the recent developments in regards of the agreement between Washington and Moscow was an “important step” towards a political solution to the Syrian conflict and that this agreement on Syria’s chemical arsenals also offers the “best way to get rid of” Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad and his government in Damascus. As mentioned, Hollande said this, for example:

“We can now seriously think of a diplomatic solution, but the military option must remain. Otherwise there is nothing to stop Syria.”

The current draft resolution by France demands the implementation of “further measures” against the Syrian government and people under the Chapter VII of the UN Charter in case that the UN inspectors finally come to the conclusion that the government of Bashar al-Assad in Damascus is not complying with its obligations in terms of the Russian-US deal on Syria’s chemical weapons arsenals.

The Foreign Ministers of the United States, Britain, and France, will continue their discussions about the French draft resolution on Syria soon, and it is to expect that the text of the draft resolution will again change a bit after the debates of the Foreign Ministers. While UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon will brief the members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on the first report of the UN experts about the alleged use of chemical weapons near Damascus on August 21 today, the Foreign Ministers of Britain, France, and the United States will debate the draft resolution in Paris today.

Afterwards, the Foreign Minister of France, Laurent Fabius, will discuss the modified draft resolution on Syria with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and tries to convince the official from Moscow about the French draft resolution and its wording.

Since the alleged slip of the tongue by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and the fast reaction by Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and even by Syria’s Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem (al-Muallem), the government in Damascus has already shown its support of this Russian proposal in regards of the chemical arsenals on Syrian soil.

All necessary paperwork was already submitted by the Syrian government into the hands of the United Nations (UN) and the relevant organizations in order to join the Chemical Weapons Convention. This will enter into force for Syria on October 14, according to a recent statement by the press office of the United Nations (UN).

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has repeated and underlined the readiness of Damascus to join the Chemical Weapons Convention and to comply with the Russian proposal and four-state plan on Syria’s chemical weapons in a recent interview.

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