The Russian proposal, placing Syrian chemical weapons under international control, seems to have run into troubled waters after the United States and France reportedly called for a binding UN resolution and penalty in case of non-compliance.
China backed a Russian proposal to place Syria`s chemical weapons under international control in a bid to avert a possible US military strike, even as a Syrian opposition delegation landed here today for talks.
Indian-American Congresswoman from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard, has said the possible military intervention by the United States in Syria would be a mistake, as the country does not pose a national security threat to America.
US Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly on Wednesday reiterated that if no action against Syria is taken then Syrian President Basher al-Assad will misconstrue the silence and use chemical weapons with “impunity”.
Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he believed the Syrian government would use chemical weapons against its own people again if the United States stepped back from taking military action against it.