US and Russia close to reaching peace in Syria:maybe that is why Lithuanian general Žukas going out of control

Posted: August 27, 2016 in Uncategorized

Daraya was home to a quarter of a million people before the war [Reuters]

Kerry and Lavrov say there are issues that need to be addressed before finalising a deal to end hostilities.

The United States and Russia are ‘close’ to reaching an agreement to end the war in Syria, with both nations saying they would try and finalise a deal in the coming days.

US Secretary of State John Kerry said late on Friday that talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in the Swiss city of Geneva had “achieved clarity on the path forward”, but together they offered few details on how they planned to renew a February cessation of hostilities and improve humanitarian assistance.

“We don’t want to have a deal for the sake of the deal,” Kerry said. “We want to have something done that is effective and that works for the people of Syria, that makes the region more stable and secure, and that brings us to the table here in Geneva to find a political solution.”

President Bashar al-Assad’s future was not part of the talks. Instead, discussions were focused on finding an effective and lasting solution to end the violence, which would open negotiations on a political transition in Syria.

“If the remaining details can be completed, we believe we will be able to address the two primary challenges to the cessation of hostilities – the regime violations and the increasing influence of the al-Nusra Front,” Kerry said.

Last month, the Nusra Front, one of Syria’s most powerful anti-government groups, split from al-Qaeda and rebranded itself as Jabhat Fath al Sham, or The Front for Liberation of al Sham.

****From our point of view, comparing to the events, happening in our country Lithuania,

this week was hard for one Parliament candidate Kristina Sulikienė, because of the attacks of Lithuanian Army general lieutenant Jonas Vytautas Žukas.

Instead of talking about those issues or keeping silent, he chose info war against his own citizen.

Being involved into his own madness, it was very funny to research the behaviour of the most highest militar power here in Lithuania.

“I saw instable majors, captains in the Lithuanian Army. Žukas for me was always an example of the stabil and normal warrior.

But this week showed, that he is not an exception. He is the same as most of what I saw inside Lithuanian army: histerical, subnormal, and even asocial behaviour.

We do not need any Russians for enemies to attack us. WE have enemies inside our country. And they are inside our national forces”, thinks candidate to Parliament Kristina Sulikiene.

Because general lieutenant went out of the control, she informed about breach of the political ban for the army officials Lithuanian security services, as they rejected to investigate the breach of law of the general Žukas, she informed neighbouring countries security services, stating, that such behaviour is very dangerous, because general acts like instable person. Also K. Sulikienė informed Turkey officials – as in Turkey exactly generals tried to make civil war in democratical country. Turkey has asked Lithuania already on 2016 08 22 to investigate Islam fundamentalists os Gullen philosophical school. Instead that, general Žukas started info war against Kristina Sulikienė, who has informed Lithuanian secret services about Islam fundamentalists, who have possibly kidnapped her brother Romualdas Apanavičius 4 years ago, and never let know, what has happened to him.

 

General Žukas started his own info-war against Kristina Sulikiene, lying in publics, that he has never told that there is no threat of Russia.

In opposite – Kristina Sulikienė proved, that he told that 2016 02 24, and also on TV broadcast 2016 02 27 in national television.

More:

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/08/russia-close-reaching-syria-peace-agreement-160827041830873.html

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