Published on 2 Jul 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews

The Geneva meeting on Syria agreed to the formation of a transitional government to help end the crisis in the country.

Interview with Tawfiq al-Jarrad.

Published on 1 Jul 2012 by

Syria is not Libya, perhaps is the message that continues to hit certain countries supporting and arming the opposition against the Syrian government. Discussing the Syrian crisis, foreign ministers invited to Geneva by special envoy Kofi Annan, said the situation could ignite the region and develop into an international crisis if unresolved. The meeting has been attended by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council — Britain, France, China, Russia and the United States — as well as Turkey, the European Union, Iraq, Kuwait and Qatar. What has been accomplished at the Geneva conference and what may lie ahead in Syria, will be looked at on this News Analysis.

Published on 1 Jul 2012 by

UN-Arab League envoy to Syria Kofi Annan says diplomats meeting in Geneva have reached an agreement on a Syrian-led transitional governing body that could include the members of the current Syrian government and the opposition.

Interview with Kamel Wazni, political commentator.

Published on 1 Jul 2012 by

Russia and China want the Syrian people to resolve the Syrian issue while the US and its allies who are causing the bloodshed is firm about dictating terms.

Interview with James Fetzer, professor and philosopher, Madison.