The world wide efforts or attempts stop the violence because Russia and China maintains ballots in the UN security Council have stopped difficult action against Assad. They report the result must come through political dialogue, a formulation most of the opposition of Syria rejects. British Prime Minister David Cameron said Putin had changed his view of Assad during talks with Obama and other world leaders at the Group of 20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, and that discussions were now adjusted on a transition of power in Syria.
Syria : President Assad totally lost legitimacy
But Putin instantly seemed to negate that notion, telling reporters at the end of the summit: “We accept that nobody has the authority to determine for other nations who should be brought to power, who should be jilted from power in Syria.” Russia has been the staunchest backer of Assad and his military suppression against militants and protesters in Syria, including supplying arms to the government of Syria.
Speaking at the summit, Obama said Assad has lost all legitimacy and that it was impossible to believe of any solution to the aggression in Syria that leaves him in power. Obama conceded he had failed to make a breakthrough with the leaders of Russia or China contempt extensive talks in Syria.
Obama and Syria
Obama further added that it is important for the global community to work with the United Nations and international mediator Kofi Annan “on what a political transition would look like. But i never think it would be clean to say that the Russians and the Chinese are signed on at this point.” Alarmed but obviously impotent to resolve the crisis, the external world is profoundly divided in its response to an progressively sectarian effort that threatens to become a proxy war for territorial powers.