The use of chemical weaponry in Syria has given rise to wild speculations and fear about an impending war between Syria and the US. The allies of Syria have threatened the US allies that attacking Syria might result into dire consequences. US have decided to maintain its diplomatic standpoint despite of the anticipated military turmoil. Obama and his helping hands are trying to settle matters through political discussions and agreements. At the same time they are having talks with their allies to form a coalition against Syria and its allies. Previous to the chemical weapon fiasco the problem of civil war in Syria was a matter of great debate and concern on the international level. Military action can worsen the condition further.
Syria has many strong supporters including Iran and Russia. The president of Syria Mr. Assad has got the support of the Shiite militant group Hezbollah. If US attack Syria recklessly then their reaction can be violent and very antagonistic too. The regional analysts believe that US must not take any hurried decisions at the present moment regarding Syria and consider every step carefully. The Secretary General of United Nations Ban Ki-moon has strongly disapproved of the chemical attacks in Syria but at the same time he is determined to resolve this issue through diplomatic discussions and not military intervention from US and its allies.
Farhan Haq, who is the official spokesman of the secretary general, has clearly told that UN is busy finding a solution through diplomatic agreement and political unison. According to the Obama group of diplomats they will try their best so that negotiations and diplomatic deliberations are not halted all of a sudden. Even if the air-raids occur in reality, the US will be ready to interact with Syrian allies for finding a better way of settling the matter. They will give special attention to Russia as it is the main international and powerful ally of Syria. Vladimir Putin made a call to David Cameron to tell him that as of now there is no real evidence that discriminates the Syrian administrator. The Iranian Foreign minister also thinks that US attack on Syria can harm the entire region and this seems to be true. A big war always affects a bigger region than intended. The Syria problem has no easy solutions. Now we have to wait and watch how the political giants sort it.