France says "send more arms"
Sanity is not going to prevail with the so called leftist progressive face of NATO, in France. Not a surprise.
Promises of funding and other aid made at a December conference of the Friends of Syria group have failed to materialize. France, which has spearheaded the formation of a viable Syrian opposition-in-exile, wants to make sure that aid which has been already promised comes through.
The United States set an example ahead of the Paris gathering by announcing Friday it plans to send $10 million in new aid to help alleviate hunger in northern Syria.
After France : Kuwait
Speaking at a conference here Monday, where representatives of 50 nations and organisations met with the SNC, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that Syria was facing "collapse" and this presented serious risks that radical, Islamist groups could take advantage of the situation. "In the face of the collapse of a state and society, it is Islamist groups that risk gaining ground if we do not act as we should," Fabius told participants.
The Conference included the "core group" on Syria and also representatives of the European Union.
Kuwait was represented by its Ambassador to Syria, Aziz Al-Behani, who was withdrawn from Damascus along with ambassadors from GCC countries several months ago.
Fabius, who was speaking only two days before a major donor conference on Syria to be held in Kuwait