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BRICS Group Voices Opposition to Militarization of Crisis in Syria
The leaders of the BRICS member countries affirmed their rejection of the militarization of the crisis in Syria, stressing the need for the Geneva Statement to form the basis for settling this crisis.

In a statement issued on Wednesday at the conclusion of the BRICS summit which was held in Durban in South Africa, BRICS leaders voiced deep concern over the deteriorating security and humanitarian situation in Syria, denouncing the repeated and increasing violations of human rights and international law due to ongoing violence.

The statement stressed that the decisions made during the international meeting on Syria in Geneva in 2012 must be the basis for settling the crisis, affirming their rejection of the militarization of conflict in Syria as a transitional political process led by Syria can only be carried out via national dialogue that meets the aspirations of all Syrians and respects the country's independence, unity and sovereignty as per the Geneva Statement and relevant Security Council resolutions.

The statement also underlined the need to support the efforts of UN Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Ibrahimi, in addition to calling on all sides to provide humanitarian needs to those who need it immediately, safely and fully without any hindrance, in addition to guaranteeing the safety of humanitarian organizations workers
Thu 2013-03-28  |  11:20:10   
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