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John Kerry Likens Syrian Challenge to Charting a “Course Out of Hell”
The US is intensifying diplomatic efforts to end the “hell” of Syria’s as it increases support for moderate rebels, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said. challenge u.s. usa america “united states” future campaign west east diplomat mind mindset “positive thinking” thinking “positive mindset” choice sides 2015 2016 refugee migrant europe “european union” man leader leadership peace bank “bank account” settlement power control media news entertainment trends trending trendy “video footage” video elite agenda powerful “elite nwo agenda” bilderberg alex jones infowars rant crazy illuminati david icke problem reaction solution new world order
Mr Kerry is travelling to Vienna for talks with foreign ministers on ending the four-and-a-half year. Russia, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Russia both support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab nations insist he cannot play any long-term role in the country’s future. Foreign ministers from the UK, France, Germany, Egypt, Lebanon and the EU have also confirmed they will attend the meeting, and other Middle Eastern powers are also expected. Scrambling to address a growing Syrian refugee crisis, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Sunday that the United States would significantly increase the number of worldwide migrants it takes in over the next two years, though not by nearly the amount many activists and former officials have urged.
The U.S. will accept 85,000 refugees from around the world next year, up from 70,000, and that total would rise to 100,000 in 2017, Kerry said at a news conference with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier after they discussed the mass migration of Syrians fleeing their
Many, though not all, of the additional refugees would be Syrian, U.S. officials have said. Others would come from strife-torn areas of Africa. The had previously announced it intended to take in 10,000 additional Syrian refugees over the next year. Asked why the U.S. couldn’t take more, Kerry cited screening requirements and a lack of money made available by Congress.