Sunday, September 6, 2015

The Syrian Civil War Has Reached a Critical Point; We Should and We Can Put An End to the Syrian Civil War.

The Syrian Civil War Has Reached a Critical Point; We Should and We Can Put An End to the Syrian Civil War.

Briefly:

In advance, i have to admit that in the final point of my plan, one or some of the external actors involved in the Syrian conflict might not be satisfied; due to the fact that the result might not be what they had expected in the last couple of years (E.g to establish a puppet state in Syria for their own benefit in different terms). But i'm pretty sure that the final result would be in the favor of vast majority of the Syrian people and can reestablish peace, order and security in the country. Through this plan, the ISIS and some other terrorist groups within Syria will also be defeated. 


Note: This is a fact that all envoys in this matter including the representatives of the UN and the Arab League have repeatedly failed. There is a very low probability that the current UN envoy would also be able to solve the Syrian conflict. Due to these failures and delays after more than four years civil war, the Syrian conflict has been reaching a much more critical point, which has its own new complications in different terms. As an example, one of the new side effect of the Syrian conflict is the influx of tens of thousands refugees towards the European countries. Needless to explore the impact of this event and alike in the near future on the EU. In short, my point is that this is the moment that we should put an end to this conflict. Otherwise, we cannot deal with other negative consequences of this conflict in an appropriate and professional manner not only within Syria, but also in our own countries particularly within the EU and the COST IN DIFFERENT TERMS & FORMS FOR THE EU COUNTRIES WILL BE UNBELIEVABLY VERY HIGH. If the UN or some other reliable EU countries are seriously eager to solve this conflict, i can offer my proposal.



M. Sirani                            06.09.2015