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Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari on Tuesday (11/10/2016) stressed that the plague of terrorism will “rebound” on the governments funding it and on other states sooner or later, stressing the need that the UN member states assume responsibility with regard to halting the trafficking of weapons, ammunition and terrorists across borders of Syria’s neighboring countries.
In a statement cited before the First Committee on Disarmament and International Security on the sidelines of the 71st session of the UN General Assembly, al-Jaafari said that the world is facing many challenges, on top of which the spread of weapons of mass destruction and the nuclear weapons in particular, as some nuclear states threaten others of using these weapons against them, in addition to the phenomenon of excluding Israel from the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
Additionally, the most dangerous phenomenon that is threatening the world today is supporting, arming, training and funding by some states including UNSC permanent member states to terrorist groups listed on UNSC lists, al-Jaafari added, clarifying that these terrorist groups use chemical weapons.
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN Bashar al-Jaafari on Sunday (9/10/2016) stressed that foiling the Russian draft resolution at the UN Security Council reaffirms the absence of the political will to fight terrorism and reach a political solution to the crisis among those who oppose the resolution in a time when the French resolution reflects France’s longing to its black colonial past and exposes it attempts to undermine the Syrian state.
In a speech at a Security Council session on Saturday, al-Jaafari added that the representatives of the colonial powers lost their minds and they proved that they have bad colonial intentions towards Syria and that their diplomacy is not a diplomacy of dialogue and solving conflicts through peaceful means.