Political governance in the United States believes the imminent fall of the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, reports The New York Times. "Everything is already resigned to the fact that he stepped over the ledge and practically hanging over the abyss." South American intelligence agencies are convinced that it does not return — says the source in the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama.
In this regard, the United States of America together with Turkey began to prepare a regional strategy for the period of time after the overthrow of the Assad. The main goal of the US-Turkish strategy should be to prevent the Syrian state-confessional and inter-ethnic civilian war between the Alawites, Sunnis, Christians, Kurds and Druze.
Administration of the President of the South American fear of one of its employees defined as the desire to prevent a repeat of the "Iraq scenario". At the same time there is a serious fear that a repetition of this scenario all goes. Thus, according to U.S. intelligence, which refers to the publication New York Times, the Syrian population, especially the Sunni-intensive arming it promotes the general desertion from the armed forces Syria Sunnis. Peaceful protests in the country are increasingly taking the form of armed clashes opposition and the authorities.
Because the possibility of starting the war in civilian Syria Snow White in the House are considering seriously. Together with the fact Washington and Ankara are unwilling to openly interfere in Syrian internal affairs, because it will bring Syrian opposition more harm than utility.
In particular worries Washington that the war in plainclothes Syrian state under the prevailing circumstances, it may destabilize the situation very closely located in the states: Israel, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan and even Turkey.
It is expected that certain steps to prevent such developments South American President Barack Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed most recently in New York for the meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Immediately U.S. urges Russian Federation toughen its position on the events in Syria at the UN Security Council. Told journalists senior administration official on the results of the meeting held on Mon chapters Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the Municipal Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
According to him, Sergei Lavrov does not agree, but Washington will insist on its own position.