(WSJ) Citing Syria 'Civil War,' France to Seek U.N. Action

France said Wednesday that Syria has descended into civil war and that all means, including force, should be used under international supervision to help restore peace.

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said he would propose that the United Nations Security Council vote on a resolution giving U.N. members a mandate to intervene in Syria, possibly as part of a military operation.

“The situation is now even more serious and abominable,” Mr. Fabius told reporters. He accused the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of having used children as human shields, echoing allegations in a report issued Tuesday by the U.N. He also said massacres have multiplied over the past few days in the Middle East country.

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2 comments on “(WSJ) Citing Syria 'Civil War,' France to Seek U.N. Action

  1. AnglicanFirst says:

    Ahhh, the UN.
    So many of its member nations are/have practiced genocidal warfare/ethnic cleansing.
    They should understand what this is a

  2. AnglicanFirst says:

    I seem to have struck the wrong key and posted an incomplete sentence.
    Please replace my partially completed sentence “They should understand what this is a…”
    “They should understand what this is all about.”