West incapable of offering Syria solutions

Franco Frattini, Italy's former foreign minister, says Assad's opposition can only look to Arab League for support.

    A senior European diplomat involved in the Libyan war has told Al Jazeera he believes the Arab Spring has left Western countries "fatigued" over Syria.

    Franco Frattini, Italy's former foreign minister, said the Syrian opposition seeking to end President Bashar al-Assad's rule can only look to the Arab League for support.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports on why the West appears incapable of offering solutions for the violence-torn country.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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