WASHINGTON – The United States refused to intervene in Syria. Refusal to do while on Tuesday (30/5) expelled a Syrian diplomat after incident murder of more than 100 people in the village of Houla.
Spokesman for the U.S. State Department, Victoria Nulland Zuheir Syrian Charge d’Affaires said Jabbour given 72 hours to withdraw from the United States. The policy was part of a wave of expulsions of diplomats Syria by Western countries.
Although the important actions that symbolically aims to increase the isolation of Bashaar President al-Assad, President Barack Obama continues to refuse U.S. military intervention in Syria.
Murder in the village of Houla, according to the chairman of the UN peace mission in Syria Tuesday carried pro-Bashar. Latest bloody incident that increased pressure on Western governments to stop the bloodshed more than a year in Syria.
On the diplomatic front, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the UK doing the same acts against Syrian diplomats in those countries through the coordinated actions.
“We are doing this action in response to the killings in the village of Houla – a totally unacceptable, bad, reprehensible for killing women, children who do Shabiha,” says Nuland told reporters. He was referring to attack pro-government militias.
In a separate statement, Nuland said Friday in Houla attack as a “vicious assault involving tanks and artillery – weapons which only the government,” said Nuland. “We call on the Syrian government was responsible for killing innocent citizens,” said Nuland.
Syrian officials denied the military’s role in the assassination, one of the incidents of the single most deadly in the conflict. The White House said Tuesday that it did not believe the time is right for military intervention in Syria, and rejected calls from the presidential candidate Republican Mitt Romney for immediate action to end the Assad government.
“We do not believe that the militarization, militarization further at this time is the right way for military action. We believe such a thing would cause chaos wider, further enhancing the killing,” said White House spokesman Jay Carney. Romney issued a statement Tuesday criticizing what he called “paralyzing policy” regarding Syria.
“We must urge Russia to stop arms sales to the government of Syria and the United Nations to stop the resistance. And we must work with partners to arm the opposition so that they can defend themselves,” he said.