Secretary-General repeats call for end to Syrian crisisListen /
The UN Secretary-General has reiterated his call for an end to the violence in Syria.
Ban Ki-moon was in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica on Thursday, where thousands of Muslim men and boys were massacred in July 1995 during the Balkan wars.
Reporters asked him about the crisis in Syria.
"Again, I am urging all the parties, they must stop fighting and killing people now. They have to begin political dialogue for political resolution of this crisis. We have taken actions, but these actions and recommendations have not been heard and implemented by, first of all, the Syrian authorities. And I urge again the opposition forces, they should fully cooperate with the United Nations." (Duration: 30″)
Bosnia and Herzegovina was the final stop of Mr. Ban's six-day mission to South-Eastern Europe.