US & Saudi Arabia say it’s necessary to maintain Syria whole & united – White House

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US & Saudi Arabia say it's necessary to maintain Syria whole & united – White House
The Syrian conflict must be solved through political means with the country’s unity and territorial integrity maintained, the US and Saudi Arabia has said in a joint statement released by the White House on Tuesday.

Washington and Riyadh “emphasized the importance of reaching a permanent solution to the conflict in Syria based on the Geneva declaration and Security Council resolution 2254, in order to maintain the unity and integrity of Syrian territory,” the statement read.

The announcement, which summed up the discussions of US President Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia last weekend, said that after the end of hostilities, Syria must become “a country that represents the entire spectrum of the Syrian community and free from sectarian discrimination.”

The Geneva II Communique (2014) and UNSC resolution 2254 (2015) envisages a roadmap for a political solution of the Syrian conflict, urging a ceasefire, transitional government and free elections in the country.

Saudi Arabia has also backed “President Trump’s decision to launch missiles at Shayrat Airbase” Tuesday’s statement said further.

The US President ordered a barrage of Tomahawk missiles fired at Syria’s Shayrat airbase in response to an alleged chemical attack in the town of Khan Shaykhun in the country’s Idlib province on April 4. Washington immediately labeled Bashar Assad’s government as the perpetrators of the attack despite Russia calling for an impartial investigation and Syria denying the charge.

“The two sides emphasized the importance that the Syrian regime adhere to the 2013 agreement to eliminate its entire stockpile of chemical weapons,” the statement read.

During Trump’s visit to the Gulf kingdom, the US President and King Salman ”agreed to boost cooperation in order to to eliminate Daesh, al-Qaeda, and other terrorist organizations,” the statement also said.

“The two leaders also reaffirmed their commitment to curb the flow of foreign fighters and cutting off funding supplies for terrorist organizations.”

Saudi Arabia had previously been blamed for backing extremists in Syria, with Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails saying the Saudis are “providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups.”

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The US has provided weapons to the so-called “moderate” rebels fighting the Syrian government with the arms often ending up in the hands of Islamic State or the al-Qaeda offshoot, Jabhat al-Nusra.

Washington and Riyadh also supported the Iraqi government’s efforts to tackle the Islamic State (IS, Daesh, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorist group while underlining the importance of “preserving the unity and integrity of Iraqi territory.”

Trump and the Saudi monarch then turned on Iran, saying they need to “contain Iran’s malign interference in the internal affairs of other states, instigation of sectarian strife, support of terrorism and armed proxies, and efforts to destabilize the countries in the region.”

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They also said “the nuclear agreement with Iran (signed under the Obama administration) needs to be re-examined in some of its clauses,” the statement read.

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‘Islamic State’ launches deadly attack in central Syria

“Islamic State” militants have killed dozens of people, including civilians, in an offensive on two government-controlled villages in Syria. Many of the victims were reportedly beheaded and mutilated.

Syrien IS Offensive auf Deir el-Zour ARCHIV (picture alliance/ZUMA Press/Handout)

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The large-scale attack targeted the settlements of Aqareb al-Safiyeh and Al-Mabujeh early on Thursday, near the last Damascus-controlled road connecting Aleppo with other parts of Syria. The “Islamic State” (IS) jihadists regard most of the residents in the area as infidels due to the villagers’ affiliation with the small Ismaili branch of Shiite Islam.

Reports offered varying death tolls for the attack. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights saying that 52 people were killed, including at least 15 civilians and 27 pro-government fighters. Another 10 bodies were not immediately identified.

“Dozens of people are missing, but it is not clear if they were kidnapped by Daesh,” said the Observatory’s chief, Rami Abdurrahman, using an Arabic acronym for the group. He added that IS deployed snipers on the roofs of some buildings in Aqareb al- Safiyeh.

The head of the National Hospital in Salamiyeh, Dr. Noufal Safar, also said that his hospital received 52 bodies, including 11 women and 17 children. Some of them were beheaded or had missing limbs, he added.

“They were brought with all forms of deformations but most of them appear to have died as a result of gunfire,” he told the AP news agency. A separate source in the hospital said 120 people were wounded.

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The state-controlled SANA news agency said that 20 civilians were killed in Aqarab al-Safiyeh, but did not mention the village of Al-Mabujeh. It also reported that most of the victims were beheaded and mutilated.

‘IS’ still packs a punch

The Observatory’s director, Abdel Rahman, said that IS lost 15 fighters of its own. According to the watchdog, the militia has seized control of Aqareb al-Safiyeh and parts of Al-Mabujeh. The Observatory also said clashes were still ongoing in the area.

“Despite the arrival of reinforcements, government forces have been unable to repel the attack so far,” Rahman told the AFP news agency.

However, SANA reported that pro-government fighters pushed back the ‘IS’ attack in the central Hama province.

The area is divided between the government forces, ‘IS’, and other rebels factions. While the jihadist militia has been losing ground to Kurdish and government forces, backed by both Western and Russian military jets, ‘IS’ still occasionally launches surprise attacks on government-held areas.

IS fighters attacked the village of Al-Mabujeh in 2015, executing at least 37 civilians.

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US air strikes pound pro-Assad forces in Syria

The U.S. military launched fresh air strikes against pro-Assad troops in Syria after they ignored repeated warnings from both coalition and Russian forces, officials told Fox News Thursday.

The Syrian forces, in several vehicles including at least one tank, were near the Jordanian border and deemed a threat to coalition partners on the ground, a Pentagon official said. They were repeatedly ordered to stop their advance toward a de-escalation zone, but ignored the warning, officials said.

“The coalition commander assessed the threat and after shows of force didn’t stop the regime forces and those forces refused to move out of the deconfliction zone, the commander on the ground called for the air strike as a matter of force protection,” a senior U.S. defense official told Fox News.

Another military source told The Associated Press it appeared the Syrian forces were poised to attack an area that included U.S. advisers.

“They were building a fighting position” about 55 kilometers from a U.S.-coalition base close to At Tanf, where advisers train members of the Syrian Democratic Forces and Syrian Arab Coalition, the second official said.

Defense Secretary James Mattis briefly addressed the strikes Thursday during a meeting with Swedish Defense minister Peter Hultqvist.

“We’re not increasing our role in the Syrian civil war but we will defend our troops, and that is a coalition element made up of more than just U.S. troops, and so we’ll defend ourselves,” Mattis said. “If people take aggressive steps against us, and that’s been a going in, a policy of ours for a long time.”

The U.S. and Russia, which is allied with the pro-Assad forces, have established buffer zones around their separate areas of operation to avoid collateral damage. Each side has agreed to notify the other if the deploy forces within the buffer zones.

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“We conducted a show of force. We conducted warning shots. All to no avail,” the official said.

The American strikes were the first against Assad positions since the Pentagon rained 57 Tomahawk missiles on the Shayrat air base near Homs. But the strikes confirmed Thursday were believed to be the first targeting Syrian personnel.

The attack on forces does not reflect an escalation, the Pentagon official said.

“There is no change in policy,” the official said.

Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin contributed to this report.

US at UN accuses Russia of covering up Syria attacks

The US and Russian ambassadors at the UN engaged in a heated exchange over chemical weapons, attacks and aid in Syria. Russia claimed Turkey and Iran were working to ensure compliance with a ceasefire.

USA Vereinte Nationen zur Lage in Syrien Stephen O'Brien (picture-alliance/Zumapress/A. Lohr-Jones)

US ambassador Nikki Haley forcefully attacked Russia’s role in Syria, accusing Moscow forces of providing cover for the Syrian regime’s use of chemical weapons and denying desperately needed aid to hundreds of thousands of beseiged people.

“All eyes and all pressure now need to go to Russia because they are the ones that could stop this if they wanted to,” Haley said at the monthly Security Council meeting on the humanitarian situation in Syria on Thursday.

USA Vereinte Nationen zur Lage in Syrien Nikki Haley (picture-alliance/Zumapress/A. Lohr-Jones)US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley

She urged council members not to continue “to give Russia a pass for allowing this terrible situation to occur.” The US ambassador urged other UN Security powers to pressure Russia into persuading its ally Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and “deliver real peace talks.”

Haley referred to eight resolutions blocked by Moscow to shield Assad’s government and Russia “cover for a leader who uses chemical weapons against his own people.”

Russian response

USA Vereinte Nationen Peter Iliichev (Getty Images/AFP/K. Betancur)Russian Deputy Ambassador Peter Illiichev

Petr Iliichev, Russia’s deputy UN ambassador asserted that Russia, Iran and Turkey were working to ensure that Syria’s factions upheld a December 30 ceasefire. He demanded that Syria’s many opposition groups “meet us halfway.”

“The ongoing criticism of the Syrian government and the emotional calls to the country guarantors (of the cease-fire) including Russia don’t help anything,” Iliichev said.

The Russian envoy said earlier that, on the whole, the December ceasefire was holding, although there were movements of “terrorists and armed groups” and incidents undermining it that were affecting the delivery of aid.

Humanitarian situation deteriorating

UN humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien decried “starve and surrender” tactics being used primarily by al-Assad’s government on besieged areas with 620,000 people affected.

Syrien Douma UN Hilfskonvoi Roter Halbmond (Reuters/B.Khabieh )UN aid convoy in October 2016

An already bad situation was deteriorating O’Brien said. Not a single convoy had reached a besieged area during April “due to a lack of authorizations,” the UN official said. O’Brien said that “children have fared the worst,” as the conflict in Syria enters its sixth year. They were “suffering physical and psychological trauma,” he said.

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The exchanges in New York took place hours after Syria accused Israel of striking a military installation near Damascus International Airport.

Israel subsequently said one of its Patriot missiles had struck an incoming drone from Syria over the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

Israel has in the past maintained it has the right to prevent weapons being transferred to Hezbollah, a Syrian-allied Lebanese force.

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The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human rights said airstrikes across the opposition-held Idlib province on Thursday had claimed at least 19 lives.

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Russia vetoes UN resolution on Syria

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  • Western countries have accused Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of using sarin
  • The British ambassador blasted the Russians for supporting the Assad regime

New York (CNN)The UN Security Council failed Wednesday to so much as condemn last week’s chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of people in Syria.

Russia vetoed a UN resolution condemning the killings, believed to have been carried out with sarin gas, and calling on Moscow ally Syria to cooperate with an international investigation of events on the ground.
It was the eighth Russian veto of a resolution on Syria throughout the course of its civil war.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley told the council that “with its veto, Russia said no to accountability, Russia said no to cooperating with the UN investigation, Russia said no to helping keep peace in Syria, Russia chose to side with (Syrian President Bashar al-) Assad, even as rest of the world, even the Arab world, comes together to condemn the murderous regime.”
It was the latest sharp split between the US and Russia over the incident, which has deepened antagonism between the two countries in the wake of the attack. Moscow has strongly objected to a US strike against the Syrian air base the West believes the sarin attack was launched from.
Russia vetoed the measure just hours after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson huddled with Russian President Vladimir Putin for two hours in Moscow. Diplomats said Russia came close to proposing its own resolution, which would have included language condemning the US missile strikes in Syria last Thursday.
China, which has also vetoed several resolutions in the past along with Russia, abstained on this one — a move welcomed by President Donald Trump at a White House news conference. The Chinese UN ambassador later said it was regrettable that agreement could not be reached. Bolivia also voted no, but the South American country does not have veto power like Russia.
Russia said the US, UK and France, who backed the resolution, rushed to judgment. Deputy Russian UN Ambassador Vladimir Safronkov told the council that “the main problem was that the draft resolution by the Troika appointed the guilty party prior to the investigation, prior to an independent and objective investigation. Now this is an approach incompatible with the legal norms.”
But Louis Charbonneau, UN director at Human Rights Watch, condemned the veto and Putin.
“Russia’s veto exposes the hollowness of Putin’s call yesterday for UN investigations,” he said in a statement. “Security Council members should have found compromise language that would have ensured an immediate investigation at the site of last week’s attack.”
Haley warned the Syrian regime to “watch this vote closely.” She said the days of excuses by the regime are over.
Syria’s UN Ambassador Bashar Ja’afari responded by telling the council that “whoever reads today’s resolution carefully would realize that the genuine, true objective is not to uncover the truth, it is to violate Syrian sovereignty, to abuse and use any information that can be collected through the draft resolution.”
The resolution would have compelled the Syrian government to provide helicopter pilots for interviews with international inspectors and flight logs that could provide evidence of flights in the air over the city where the gas attack took place.
UK Ambassador to the UN Matthew Rycroft said after the vote that “regardless of the veto today, trust these words: We will hold the regime to account. We will continue to work with our international partners to put an end to the use of chemical weapons.”
Rycroft was among the Western ambassadors who blasted Russia earlier Wednesday for continuing to support Assad even after his alleged use of sarin on a rebel-held area of his country.
He accused Assad by name at a planned morning session on Syria.
“We’ve met over the horror, hoping Assad has reached his depths, and yet every time, he’s plunged to new lows,” he said. The Syrian people “have suffered six years of ever-escalating barbarity, over six years of failed ceasefires, and over the years, Russia has held us ransom for the Assad regime.”
However, Ja’afari, the Syrian envoy, dismissed as “lies” and “accusations” the notion that his country used “a chemical weapon we do not even possess.”
After the session, the Syrian ambassador was asked by CNN to comment on President Donald Trump’s remarks in an interview that Assad was “an animal.”
“It’s really pitiful to hear such irresponsible and provocative statements from the most important leader in the Western world,” Ja’afari said. “I feel ashamed, I feel ashamed.”

Russia, Iran warn US against new Syria attacks

A week since the US launched airstrikes in Syria, Iranian, Syrian and Russian foreign ministers have met in Moscow. All three countries strongly warned the United States against launching new strikes.

Russland Treffen von Lavrov, Javad Zarif und Muallem in Moskau (Reuters/S. Karpukhin)

Hosting three-way talks with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem (pictured above, left), and Iranian counterpart Mohammed Dschawad Sarif (pictured above, right) in Moscow on Friday, Russian Foreign Minsiter Sergey Lavrov denounced last week’s US attack on Syria and warned that any further such action would entail “grave consequences not only for regional but global security.”

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Lavrov also told al-Moualem that Russia and the US have a shared understanding that such strikes would not be repeated.

The Interfax news agency reported that the Russian diplomat revealed this had been “concluded” during Wednesday’s visit of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to Moscow.

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Lavrov: “Future of Syria has to be decided by Syrians themselves”

US ‘did not rule out any future action’

In Washington, however, the US State Department said Tillerson did not eliminate the possibility of the US maybe undertaking future strikes.

“The secretary explained there were no subsequent targets after the missile strike, but he did not rule out any future action,” State Department acting spokesman Mark Toner said in a statement.

“He stressed that Russia is in a position to use its influence over the Assad regime to ensure it is never again necessary for the US to act,” Toner said.

US blames Assad regime

The US launched Tomahawk missiles at Syria’s Shayrat air base near Homs last Friday, in response toa chemical attack in the northwestern Idlibprovince.

Washington has blamed Assad’s government for the deadly attack which killed more than 80 people. Damascus, however, has staunchly denied the accusation.

The Syria crisis is also set to be the focus of further talks planned for Saturday between Lavrov and Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani.

 

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Syria: Evacuation begins in besieged towns

Shiites in two northern Syrian towns are being evacuated in exchange for moving Sunni rebels and civilians out of two others. More than 30,000 people are expected to be evacuated under the deal.

Syrien Madaya Busse für Evakuierung (picture-alliance/AP Photo/Syrian Central Military Media)

Under a deal brokered by opposition backer Qatar and regime ally Iran, the Syrian government and the opposition on Friday began a coordinated population swap of tens of thousands of people from four besieged towns.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said buses carrying rebels began leaving the rebel-held towns Madaya and Zabadani near Damascus on Friday morning in the first phase of the deal, which will also see the evacuation of residents from two pro-government Shiite villages in northern Syria.

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Al-Foua and Kefraya evacuated

All 16,000 residents of the majority Shiite towns of al-Foua and Kefraya – long besieged by insurgents in the northwestern Idlib province – are expected to leave, heading to government-held Aleppo, the coastal province of Latakia or Damascus.

A member of one of the Shiite parties said 60 buses were moving through the town of al-Foua.

Dozens of  buses entered the areas on Wednesday, but by late Thursday people had not boarded them, opposition activists in the rebel-held towns said.

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Zabadani evacuation delayed

Buses carrying mostly Sunni rebel fighters and their families also simultaneously left the town of Madaya near Damascus on Friday, encircled by government forces and their allies. Civilian residents there will reportedly be allowed to remain if they choose.

According to the Observatory, the evacuation of Zabadani, also besieged by the government side, has been delayed until Friday evening or early Saturday.

‘Deliberate demographic change’

Over the past year, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government has struck numerous deals enabling rebels and their families to leave opposition-held areas, often after months or years of being besieged by government forces.

The opposition, however, says the deals amount to forced population transfer and deliberate demographic change.

The armed opposition fighting for more than half a decade to unseat Assad is mostly Sunni Muslim, like most of Syria’s population. Assad is from the Alawite religious minority, and is supported by Shiite fighters from Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah group. More than 300,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began in March 2011.

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