I guess it depends on the choice of peacekeepers?
I would think the UN envoy MUST consider peacekeepers that the Syrians would agree to having present.
As far as I can see there are only a few stories covering this news at this time
Lakhdar Brahimi, the veteran Algerian diplomat who took over as joint United Nations and Arab League peace envoy last month, has spent recent weeks quietly sounding out which countries would be willing to contribute soldiers.Given the volatility of the conflict and the growing presence of Islamists on the rebel side, it is thought British and American forces would be unlikely to take part because of their past involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Instead, Mr Brahimi is thought to be looking at more nations that currently contribute to Unifil.
These nations that presently contribute to Unifil are Ireland, Germany, France, Spain and Italy
France should be avoided like the plague. The French government has been knee deep in the destruction of Syria.
Ankara had been hopeful that it might be able to persuade Russia, to soften its opposition to military intervention, including a no-fly zone.
As we have all read, that didn't work out. Putin didn't have time to visit Erdogan.
Then Erdogan forced the Moscow to Syria bound plane to land in Turkey
Meanwhile, Syria's state news agency said Damascus was ready to accept a Russian proposal for a Syrian-Turkish joint security committee to try to stop cross-border flare-ups.
The only other story that mentioned this news Tunisia says they would consider sending peacekeepers
Another nation that cannot be trusted by Syria or regular Syrian people
As you will read, he shows his true colours
"Tunisia has already spoken about an Arab peace corps," said Marzouki, speaking in French.
"We have to do something, because it is obvious that faced with this bloodthirsty dictator, in my opinion we are faced with a real Nero who is capable of destroying the whole country to stay in power," he told AFP.
"We have to shoulder our responsibilities as Arabs."
Will the Chinese & Russians step up to that plate?