Warum die UNO nicht an den Erfolg der Syrien-Friedensgespräche glaubt

„In a confidential strategy paper exclusively obtained by Foreign Policy, the office of the United Nations’ top envoy to Syria warns that the U.N. would be unable to monitor or enforce any peace deal that might emerge from landmark political talks underway in Geneva. The paper raised concerns the world might harbor unrealistic expectations about the U.N.’s ability to oversee and verify a cease-fire in a civil war beset by a dizzying array of armed factions and terrorist groups. … [De Mistura’s] paper also seeks to lower expectations for what the U.N. or other international monitors could accomplish in Syria. It would not include, for example, documenting human rights abuses, building legal cases against war criminals, or monitoring the release or well-being of detainees.“ (Der UN-Berichterstatter der US-amerikanischen Zeitschrift Foreign Policy Colum Lynch: In Confidential Memo, U.N. Says It Can’t Enforce a Syrian Peace Deal)

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