It seems China is weighing in on that issue for a second time.
Here is what they are saying-
"The stability of Syria has a bearing on the stability of the whole region," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu told a regular news briefing.
"The Chinese government supports Syria's efforts to protect its sovereignty and stability and we hope that stability and order in Syria will be restored as soon as possible," she added.
"In the current circumstances, we believe that the adoption of the U.N. Security Council resolution would do no good for the easing of tensions and stability in Syria."
China has said that the outside world should not interfere in Syria's internal affairs.
A little more from Syria - A meeting in Beijing and the outside world's interference
Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Dr. Fayssal Mikdad on Monday discussed with China's Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhai Jun the situation in the region and Syria.
During their meeting in Beijing, Dr. Mikdad affirmed that the ongoing attack against Syria aims to undermine its stability and weaken it in the face of the conspiracies and challenges targeting the Arab nation.
Dr. Mikdad also discussed the reform process led by President Bashar al-Assad in response to the people's demands, developing all aspects of political, economic and social life, adding that more major reform steps are being prepared.
The Deputy Minister touched on the attempts by the US, France and Britain at the UN Security Council to impose their will on Syria and use the UN and their organizations to restore the days of colonialism and mandates and justify interference in countries' internal affairs.
Dr. Mikdad thanked China's leadership, government and people for their stances in international circles and their constant efforts to bolster relations between the two friendly countries.
For his part, Jun expressed his country's appreciation of Syria's pivotal regional and international role, affirming China's rejection of any interference in Syria's internal affairs and voicing confidence that the Syrian leadership's wisdom and expertise will allow it to overcome current difficulties.
The Vice Minister affirmed China's support of the reform efforts and all the steps taken by the Syrian government to preserve its sovereignty, security and stability
One story bolsters the other. As of right now, it looks as if Russia and China have drawn the line in the sand.
What are the NATO nations going to do now? If the Syrian ports remain open and accessible to Russia and China, how will the NATO nations succeed in their strangling of both those nations?
Lots at stake here.