Malaysia calls for an inclusive political settlement in the Syrian conflictListen /
Malaysia has strongly underlined the need for a Syrian-led inclusive political process.
Prime Minister Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak told the UN General Assembly on Saturday that Malaysia is against any unilateral action to resolve the conflict. He stressed that all sides must come together to work out a political settlement.
” We welcome the recent US-Russia Framework Agreement, condemn without reservation the use of chemical weapons, and call on the international community to intensify their efforts to explore all possible diplomatic options for peace under the auspices of the UN. We must also find the vision and the political will to commit to a just solution for Palestine. We fervently hope that progress towards a viable Palestinian State – based on the pre-1967 borders, and with East Jerusalem as its capital, will be made.”
Malaysia's Prime Minister Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak expressed his hope that the United States and other members of the Quartet would continue to play their role as honest brokers in the process. He stressed that only with peace can there be development and dignity for the Palestinian people.
Donn Bobb, United Nations.