“There is an emerging view in some quarters that the only conceivable option would be a national unity government involving President Assad,” said Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, according to foreign news agency.
A major policy shift by Ms. Bishop indicates that Australia changes its government policy. Previously, Australian Government was completely opposed to Assad and believed that Bashar al-Assad need to be deposed in order to resolve the crisis in Syria.
Such a change in Australia’s policy stance is very important, coincided with the fourth round of Geneva talks to resolve the crisis in Syria.
It is noteworthy that the fourth round of Geneva talks was launched on February 25 and could last until March 5.
Nevertheless, Saudi Arabia, the USA and their allies caused the emergence of the Syrian crisis since 2011. They were trying to overthrow Assad by tragic attacks and disgusting crimes. But it is Assad’s opponents who change their position, because of the strength and stability of Assad and his companions.
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