December 10, 2013
CFK: 'Majority of G20 leaders agreed on UN humanitarian intervention in Syria'
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner today revealed that the majority of the leaders who participated in the G20 meeting in St Petersburg rejected a military intervention in Syria adding that after the final discussions of the summit, there was “consensus” over a humanitarian intervention of the United Nations.
"The decision-making process for interventions does not follow a president’s consideration. There is consensus for the UN to intervene and there was no agreement for a military intervention,” the President said during a news conference.
She further revealed countries like China, Russia, Germany, Brazil and South Africa defended a “political solution” to the Syrian crisis.