小编摘要：周五，叙利亚军队继续对反对派的据点进行军事打击，与此同时，来自 70 个国家和组织的代表们召开会议表示对活动分子的支持，并向阿萨德总统及其集团施压，并向叙利亚提供人道主义援助。
As the Syria army shelling on the opposition strongholds continued Friday, delegates from some 70 countries and organizations met to show their support for the activists to increase pressure on President Basal al-Assad and his associates and to offer humanitarian aid.
But the conference did not agree to provide arms to the “Free Syria Army” or to send foreign troops to secure the 8 shipments they hope to deliver.
U.S Secretary of State Hilary Clinton said President Assad will have even more blood on his hands if he doesn’t stop the violence and allow humanitarian aids to reach civilian areas his troops have been shelling for weeks.
But she reserved some of her harshest words for Mr. Assad’s main international supporters, Russia and China, saying they are setting themselves against the entire Arab wakening.
“It’s quite distressing to see two permanent members of the Security Council using their veto when people are being murdered. It is just despicable and I ask whose side they are. They are clearly not on the side of Syria people.”
Secretary Clinton said there are signs that Assad regime is cracking and called on his security forces to refuse to kill any more civilians.
At the White House, President Barack Obama welcomed the results of the conference.
“It’s time for that regime to respond. And it’s time to stop the killing of Syria citizens by their own government. And I am encouraged by the international community for what they are developing.”
But some members of the Syrian opposition were disappointed at the lack of arm sales and human right activists wanted more forceful approaches on humanitarian relief.
Speaking in London before the conference, Syria activist Mona Ghanem said the friends movement must accommodate Russia and China to bring peaceful change to Syria.
“Upon their regime and their standard, there’s one position in the world which is in the best interest of the Syria people. I think they will enter into this negotiation.”
Still officials in Tunis praised the consensus they did get and expressed their hope that before long the Syria regime will give way to peaceful democratic change.