Syria: Russia wants respect for UN Charter

Poetin.jpgPresident Putin: Using Force Through Overstepping UN Charter Not Allowed 



Sep 26, 2012

MOSCOW, (SANA)- President Vladimir Putin of Russia stressed that the use of forces through overstepping the UN Charter is not allowed.

Russia Today website quoted President Putin as saying during accepting the credentials of foreign ambassadors that the attempts at replacing the UN Charter's comprehensive principles with unilateral conduct or alliances-based agreements, particularly the use of force without referring to the UN Charter, will not lead to good results.

The Russian President considered that such conduct involves threatening stability and spreading chaos.

Bogdanov: Brahimi Tends to Start Work Based on Geneva Statement

In another context, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Mikhail Bogdanov, announced that the UN envoy to Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, stressed to Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, that he will start his work regarding solving the crisis in Syria based on Geneva statement.

In statements reported by Russia Today website, Bogdanov said Brahimi, who met with Lavrov on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly's meetings on Tuesday night, considers that Geneva statement is constructive and hopes to come out with several useful things from it.

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