Date: Saturday, 28-Sep-2013 00:12:43
The Globe and Mail - 5 minutes ago
The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have reached an agreement on a draft resolution that would require Syria to turn over its chemical weapons, but
Does not impose severe consequences if it fails to comply.
Meanwhile, United States Secretary of State, John Kerry said:
The "strong, enforceable, precedent-setting" resolution shows that 'diplomacy' can be so powerful "that it can peacefully defuse the worst weapons of war."
(What a great 'story-teller' this guy is! - Bob :)
Kerry said the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile will begin in November and be completed by the middle of next year.