Damascus, Apr 30(ANI): The head of the UN observer mission to Syria has said that only Syrians rather than the 1,000 unarmed observers, can end the violence in the country.
Major General Robert Mood has urged all sides to cease fighting and make joint efforts for peace in the region.
"Ten unarmed observers, 30 unarmed observers, 300 unarmed observers, even a thousand unarmed observers cannot solve all the problems. To achieve the success of Kofi Annan's six-point plan, I call on all to stop the violence and to help us on a continued cessation of armed violence in all its forms," the BBC quoted Mood, as saying.
Major General Mood said the ceasefire could only work with the support of the forces on the ground.
"It's absolutely necessary to understand that this a joint effort. The most important element is the Syrians themselves, the rights, the aspirations of the Syrian people," he added.
Activists said at least 25 people were killed across the country and added that shelling continued in several provinces, while the government blamed armed terrorist groups for a series of attacks around the country. (ANI)
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