Kofi Annan has said the situation in Syria is “bleak,” expressing concern at reports the government was still conducting military operations. But experts say the West’s biased approach is to blame for that.
Addressing the UN Security Council in a video conference, Annan, the organization’s envoy to Syria, called the situation in the country “unacceptable” and expressed his concern over media reports of government troops attacking the city of Hama, where UN observers are not present.
“If confirmed, this is totally unacceptable and reprehensible,” Annan said.
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