Dictator Assad is not future of Syria: White House

2013-12-20 04:30:47 | Al Muslim News
Dictator  Assad is not future of Syria: White House


Assad is a dictator and he is using his powers against innocent people, White House Spokesperson Jay Carney said. Spokesperson said that Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad uses barrel bombs on innocent people, "Assad is no more in future of Syria". US is the biggest aid provider to Syrian people and it will continue to do that, Carney stated at a press briefing. Assad has the blood of many Syrians on his hand. Therefore, we still think that Assad is not in Syria's future, White House Spokesperson said. Carney emphasized that Assad is a cruel dictator who is responsible for the death of 100 thousand people and caused humanitarian crisis, saying, "The Syrian regime poisons its own people with chemical weapons. He is a dictator who uses his power to use barrel bombs on innocent people and prevent international aids". Stating that the stuation in Syria is getting worse, Carney told they sustain Geneva process, and the only solution is a negotiated resolution. Syrians will determine about which regime member they will work with. Syrian people take up a position clearly about Assad. They think that he can not be a part of Syria's future and we agree with their opinion, he further said..

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