“Unfortunately governments who support the opposition groups are not allowing for an understanding to be reached. They even encourage the opposition groups to not accept an agreement, and instead they force for the continuation of destructive activities,” Lavrov said during a visit to China.
He also said that his country would not change its stance towards a resolution to the violence in Syria despite growing foreign pressure.
The foreign minister’s remarks come a day after the deadliest attacks since the country’s last year’s uprising. On Thursday, twin bomb blasts in the al-Qazzaz district in Damascus claimed the lives of at least 55 people, injuring another 400. Continue reading