The UN Security Council is starting moving towards a remote Swedish estate recent weekend for its annual retreat with the secretary-general later than one of its most controversial weeks in years, showed ambassadors charging each other with lying about a suspected chemical attack in Syria.
Carl Skau, who is deputy UN ambassador of Sweden, his nation is serving two-year tenure on the council, also is hosting the retreat, though reporters revealed on Wednesday.
Also added that the meeting is being held at serious time for the United Nations but it is also considered occurs at tough time for the life of the Security Council.
The six council meetings since the suspected poison gas attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma was carried out on 7 April, appears to be have placed an approximately every day spotlight on its deep divisions.
On other side, Syrian President Bashar Assad has faced accusations of the deadliest assault from France, Britain and the United States, in the result; about 40 people were killed, while its regime also allowed airstrikes on Syrian chemical sites on Friday.
However, Syria’s close ally and Russia have refused allegations of involvement in these deadliest or brutal assaults on sinless Syrian people, although Moscow charges the Western allies with attempting to tarnish its worldwide image.
Skau quoted in his latest report that the retreat is on its way, on the heels of ‘one of our almost certainly most troublesome weeks in the council, added saying that there is a hope,
The 15 council ambassadors will be capable to put aside their differences in the gathering at the recently restored private estate of former Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold (a Swede) who faced death in a mysterious 1961 plane crash on a peace mission to Congo.