Q: You mentioned that one of the main problems is the fact that there are some states which are trying to force the resignation of Bashar Al-Asaad regime without consulting the Syrian population. What do you think it can be done in order to not interfere with the position of the actual regime and to make other states understand that this non-compulsion is important as a part of the democratic process?
A: In fact we have here a very good basis for discussion and it is a basis cause resolution adopted for security council last December (the resolution 22/54 and 22/58) and secondly we should very much support those efforts of the special envoy of the United Nation system, Staffan de Mistura, who is very active and in permanent contact with all the parties. Normally we should support very much the Geneva process – the negotiation process – and this should become the basis for a political solution in Syria.
Q: It is a clear thing that in that region ( Syria) the conflict exists. What about the European problem generated by Syrian problem. What do you think the Europe Union should do in order to restrain the problem from Syria, considering that there is no such supranational manner to have a unidirectional perspective?
A: In fact, the European Union should support al the effort and the lines of action decided by Security Council and by United Nations, because it is very important to have a coherent approach of the International community to the BIS process. I think that the coherent of position including support for United Nation efforts should be the basic for the resolutions.