Turcia: Presedintele sirian Bashar al-Assad la trecut la Planul B, epurarea etnica

de R.M.     HotNews.ro
Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 16:04 Actualitate | Internaţional


Seful diplomatiei turce, Ahmet Davutoglu, l-a acuzat miercuri pe presedintele sirian Bashar al-Assad ca a trecut la "Planul B" in lupta impotriva rebelilor, "epurarea etnica" a anumitor regiuni din Siria, relateaza AFP.

"I-am explicat lui Kerry: marele masacru de la Banias este o noua etapa in atacurile conduse de regim", a declarat acesta, pentru cotidianul turc Hurriyet, relatand o conversatie telefonica pe care a avut-o cu omologul sau american John Kerry.

"Ceea ce ne ingrijoreaza in afacerea Banias este trecerea la o strategie de epurare etnica a unor anumite regiuni, in conditiile in care controlul asupra intregii tari nu mai este posibil", a continuat ministru.

Cel putin 62 de cadavre au fost descoperite sambata intr-un cartier din Banias, in vestul Siriei, oras luat cu asalt de fortele regimului din Damasc, potrivit Observatorului sirian pentru drepturile omului (OSDO).

Potrivit acestei surse, aceste persoane au fost ucise de militiile Shabbihas prin "impuscare, injunghiere sau incendiere".

Opozitia siriana apreciaza ca multiplicarea acestor atrocitati arata "curatirea etnica" practicata impotriva sunnitilor din aceasta regiune alauita, religia presedintelui Assad.

Sunnitii nu reprezinta decat 10% din populatia provinciei Tartus, din care face parte si Banias, fata de 80% alauiti.

"Acest plan B este o strategie fondata pe deschiderea unei zone si a unui coridor pentru o anumita confesiune, in legatura cu o confruntare interconfesionala", a adaugat Davutoglu.

Acest coridor va lega, potrivit acestuia, zonele cu populatie alauita din vestul Siriei de Homs (centru), pe ruta Damascului, de-a lungul frontierei libaneze.

"Este un joc foarte periculos", a avertizat ministrul, "aceasta poate semana confuzia in Liban, poate crea o cultura a razbunarii in randul sunnitilor", care reprezinta 80% din populatia siriana si sunt majoritari si in randul rebelilor.

Turcia sustine rebeliunea si i-a cerut lui Bashar al-Assad sa renunte la putere. Aceasta tara gazduieste circa 400.000 de refugiati sirieni pe teritoriul sau.






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  • +2 (4 voturi)    
    oare e chiar asa? (Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 16:33)

    minos [utilizator]

    In primul rand cum poate fi vorba de purificare etnica, cand de fapt diferentele dintre alauiti si suniti sunt de natura religioasa si nu etnica. Apoi cum ar putea o minoritate de 12% sa faca sa dispara una de 80 %? Nici macar Hitler cu masinaria lui infernala nu a reusit sa scape de niste minoritati, cum ar putea o minoritate sa-si propuna sa distruga o majoritate si sa depopuleze o tara intreaga in sec 21?
    • -2 (2 voturi)    
      oare (Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 18:38)

      IePe [utilizator] i-a raspuns lui minos

      O intrebare ce se punea deseori legat de Hitler legat de zvonurile care deja circulau la acea vreme.
      Mira-te mai departe.
  • 0 (2 voturi)    
    Pana la urma ... (Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 16:45)

    utug [utilizator]

    America si Rusia fac echipa impreuna ... pentru a rezolva problema cu Assad ...

    Finally, the U.S. and Russia Team Up

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/09/opinion/global/On-Syria-the-US-and-Russia-Finally-Team-Up.html?src=twrhp&_r=0

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/08/world/middleeast/syria-golan-heights-united-nations.html?hpw&_r=0


    THE United States and Russia have announced that they will seek to convene an international conference on Syria, hopefully before the end of this month.
    The conference would be based on last June’s Geneva agreement, which foresees a cease-fire and negotiations between the regime in Damascus and the opposition groups, leading to the formation of a transitional governing body.
    In order to achieve this, Washington and Moscow will “encourage” the Syrian sides to come to the negotiating table and will reach out to their allies and partners in the region to work for a political solution to the Syrian crisis.
    This announcement, which came after Secretary of State John Kerry’s talks in Moscow with President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, calls for very heavy lifting.
    Neither the regime nor its opponents are now willing to walk to the negotiating table: They need to be dragged to it.
    No less important, the antagonists’ backers in the region — Iran on one hand; Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar on the other — need to be persuaded that a negotiated solution is preferable to a military one, which all of them are still seeking. Israel, too, should be brought on board.
    To many skeptics, this is a mission impossible. But the White House and the Kremlin are prepared to mount a joint effort because failure to stop the war in Syria would leave both substantially worse off.
    President Barack Obama is loath to involve the United States in the Syrian mess, but time is working against him. Syria’s chemical weapons may actually be used on a wide scale, or get into the hands of Al Qaeda ...
  • 0 (2 voturi)    
    Turcia... (Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 17:12)

    luci30 [utilizator]

    membra NATO,cinta aria favorita Israelului si a altora la urechea lui J.Kerry.
  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    ? Consternare ? (Miercuri, 8 mai 2013, 20:12)

    utug [utilizator]

    Putin says satisfied with Russia-U.S. cooperation

    http://china.org.cn/world/2013-05/08/content_28761240.htm

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday he was satisfied with the level of cooperation between Russia and the United States.
    "It is good that our contacts with colleagues from the United States are maintained at all level regularly," Putin said during his meeting with visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
    Recalling two recent telephone talks with his U.S. counterpart, Putin expressed his hope that the contacts with President Barack Obama could be even closer.
    "I hope to meet him personally in the near future," Putin said, adding he and Obama "have several possibilities for a meeting this year......."


    PS
    La stirea "Finally, the U.S. and Russia Team Up" ... nici o reactie de la tarile din Golf si nici Izrael. Nici Hotnews ? Why ?


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