SCO member states stress rejection of any intervention in Syria, including militarily

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Monday, 16 September 2013


sana newsHeads of Member States of the Shanghai Organization Cooperation (SCO) stressed their stand in support for peace and stability in the Middle East region and in rejection of any intervention in the Syrian issue without a UN Security Council mandate, including military intervention.

The member states also voiced strong condemnation of all manifestations of terrorism and violence practiced against the civilian citizens, particularly on religious and racial bases, stressing categorical rejection of all the illegal operations aimed to escalate the crisis in Syria.

The Bishkek Declaration highlighted the SCO member states' support for the Russian proposal to place chemical weapons in Syria under international supervision.

Putin reiterates that any military intervention in Syria is unacceptable

Russian President,Vladimir Putin, reiterated rejection of any military aggression against Syria without the U.N. Security Council's approval.

During the meeting in Bishkek, Putin said any foreign military interference in Syria is "unacceptable."

He said that diplomatic efforts taken recently helped to ease the direct threats of military action against Syria, stressing the importance of supporting the Russian initiative to place the chemical weapons in Syria under international control.

Putin welcomed Syrian government's agreement on the initiative, depicting this act as an important step towards a political settlement of the crisis in Syria.

"This step indicates the serious intentions of our Syrian partners to go ahead in this way," he said.

Beijing supports the Russian initiative on chemical weapons in Syria

For his part, President of China, Xi Jinping, has voiced his support for the Russian initiative on the placement of chemical weapons in Syria under international control.

He said that his country is willing to exert its efforts at the UN Security Council to reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria.

Jinping said his country attaches great importance to the development of the situation in Syria.

"We support international efforts to end the violence, start a dialogue and to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria,"

Earlier, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister, stressed China's firm and principled stance towards the Syria people.

Rohani: Any threats of using force against Syria should be thwarted

In the same context, Iranian President Hassan Rohani stressed the importance of foiling all attempts to solve the crisis in Syria by means of force.

"We have to exert all efforts to reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria as we should condemn and thwart any threats of using force," said Rohani.

The Iranian President renewed support for the Russian initiative to place chemical weapons in Syria under international control, stressing that all influential parties, including Iran, should help in holding constructive dialogue.

Rohani noted that providing arms to the illegitimate extremist groups and the reach of chemical weapons to these groups is the biggest threat to peace and security in the region.

Iran's President also said the Russian initiative on the chemical weapons in Syria and the Syrian leadership's welcome of it ''revives hope in the possibility of driving away the specter of war in the region.''

Rohani's remarks came during his meeting Friday with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the summit.

Rohani said that the more intensified the deliberations between Iran and Russia on regional issues, the better for solving them.

Earlier on the sidelines of the SCO meeting, Rohani and his Chinese counterpart stressed readiness to cooperate together to solve the international crises including the crisis in Syria.

"Iran and China have common stance vis-a-vis regional issues and Iran is ready to launch effective and constructive collaboration with China to help solve regional problems, especially the crisis in Syria," said Rohani.

On Iranian nuclear program, Rohani said that Iran is pursuing peaceful nuclear program and seeking its rights within the framework of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

In turn, Jinping stressed that China seeks to stop the violence in the region particularly in Syria and calls for a political solution to the crisis in it , affirming Beijing and Tehran cooperation to pave the way for this solution.

He stressed his country 's support to Iran's rights to peaceful nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, underlining that the Chinese government and people are looking forward to upgrade relations and cooperation between in all fields.

The Iranian and Chinese sides held consultations to assess the economic relations and cooperation between the two countries, especially ways to develop cooperation regarding the implementation of financing and oil projects.

Rouhani, who arrived in the city on Thursday, met with his Chinese, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Afghan counterparts.

The SCO is an intergovernmental security organization, founded in 2001 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Iran, India, Mongolia, and Pakistan are observer members of the organization.

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At the end of the 13th meeting of their council, held in Kyrgyzstan's capital, Bishkek, the Heads adopted Bishkek Declaration which was largely devoted to the situation in Syria.

The Declaration called for an end to the crisis in Syria by the Syrians themselves through respecting the Syrian sovereignty, halting the acts of violence and launching the comprehensive political dialogue between the government and the opposition without preconditions and on the basis of the Geneva Communiqué issued on June 30 of 2012.

The SCO member states, the Declaration said, "support the efforts exerted to hold the international conference on Syria which is hoped to provide the basis for reconciliation in this country," indicating support for the international community's participation in this process.

The member states also voiced strong condemnation of all manifestations of terrorism and violence practiced against the civilian citizens, particularly on religious and racial bases, stressing categorical rejection of all the illegal operations aimed to escalate the crisis in Syria.

The Bishkek Declaration highlighted the SCO member states' support for the Russian proposal to place chemical weapons in Syria under international supervision.

Putin reiterates that any military intervention in Syria is unacceptable

Russian President,Vladimir Putin, reiterated rejection of any military aggression against Syria without the U.N. Security Council's approval.

During the meeting in Bishkek, Putin said any foreign military interference in Syria is "unacceptable."

He said that diplomatic efforts taken recently helped to ease the direct threats of military action against Syria, stressing the importance of supporting the Russian initiative to place the chemical weapons in Syria under international control.

Putin welcomed Syrian government's agreement on the initiative, depicting this act as an important step towards a political settlement of the crisis in Syria.

"This step indicates the serious intentions of our Syrian partners to go ahead in this way," he said.

Beijing supports the Russian initiative on chemical weapons in Syria

For his part, President of China, Xi Jinping, has voiced his support for the Russian initiative on the placement of chemical weapons in Syria under international control.

He said that his country is willing to exert its efforts at the UN Security Council to reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria.

Jinping said his country attaches great importance to the development of the situation in Syria.

"We support international efforts to end the violence, start a dialogue and to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria,"

Earlier, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister, stressed China's firm and principled stance towards the Syria people.

Rohani: Any threats of using force against Syria should be thwarted

In the same context, Iranian President Hassan Rohani stressed the importance of foiling all attempts to solve the crisis in Syria by means of force.

"We have to exert all efforts to reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria as we should condemn and thwart any threats of using force," said Rohani.

The Iranian President renewed support for the Russian initiative to place chemical weapons in Syria under international control, stressing that all influential parties, including Iran, should help in holding constructive dialogue.

Rohani noted that providing arms to the illegitimate extremist groups and the reach of chemical weapons to these groups is the biggest threat to peace and security in the region.

Iran's President also said the Russian initiative on the chemical weapons in Syria and the Syrian leadership's welcome of it ''revives hope in the possibility of driving away the specter of war in the region.''

Rohani's remarks came during his meeting Friday with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the summit.

Rohani said that the more intensified the deliberations between Iran and Russia on regional issues, the better for solving them.

Earlier on the sidelines of the SCO meeting, Rohani and his Chinese counterpart stressed readiness to cooperate together to solve the international crises including the crisis in Syria.

"Iran and China have common stance vis-a-vis regional issues and Iran is ready to launch effective and constructive collaboration with China to help solve regional problems, especially the crisis in Syria," said Rohani.

On Iranian nuclear program, Rohani said that Iran is pursuing peaceful nuclear program and seeking its rights within the framework of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

In turn, Jinping stressed that China seeks to stop the violence in the region particularly in Syria and calls for a political solution to the crisis in it , affirming Beijing and Tehran cooperation to pave the way for this solution.

He stressed his country 's support to Iran's rights to peaceful nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, underlining that the Chinese government and people are looking forward to upgrade relations and cooperation between in all fields.

The Iranian and Chinese sides held consultations to assess the economic relations and cooperation between the two countries, especially ways to develop cooperation regarding the implementation of financing and oil projects.

Rouhani, who arrived in the city on Thursday, met with his Chinese, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Afghan counterparts.

The SCO is an intergovernmental security organization, founded in 2001 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Iran, India, Mongolia, and Pakistan are observer members of the organization.

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