DAMASCUS, (SANA)- Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister, Saud al-Faisal, has unveiled the truth about the role the Kingdom plays in the foreign aggression against the Syria people, admitting that he is engaged in a battle against Syria which he has not yet won.
Al-Faisal, whose country has been participating in recruiting, funding and arming the terrorists before they enter Syria with the Turkish government's help, could not help but admit that their project has reached "an impasse" in Syria in the aftermath of his failure to impose an externally-made solution on the Syrians.
This failure followed another failure in achieving what Saudi Arabia and the camp it works under its leadership wanted through terrorism on the ground in Syria, which was the reason behind them pushed to carry the banner of political solution.
Despite having failed in the 'foreign intervention stage' of the aggression on Syria, al-Faisal, who was speaking at the end of the Arab Economic Summit in Riyadh, reiterated his call upon the Security Council to take such a move under Chapter VII, hoping that this could be a way for undermining the steadfastness of the Syrian people and army who have strongly confronted the terrorists.
The Saudi Foreign Minister wondered about "what else could be done for winning the battle" in Syria after he considered that arming the opposition is a duty and has already spent billions of dollars on recruiting takfiri and mercenary groups to fight in Syria.
On the other hand, al-Faisal's employer, the U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted in her turn that the terrorists in Syria are using weapons which were transferred from Libya after the foreign military intervention in it.
Speaking before the Congress about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Clinton acknowledged that Libya has turned into a country of militias where gunmen are using weapons stolen from Libya's warehouses and smuggle them to be used in terrorist acts on the territories of neighboring countries.
While admitting so, Clinton ignored her country's role in the transfer of the Libyan weapons to Syria either by giving the orders to its regional agents or through turning a blind eye to the transfer operations by sea to Turkey and then to Syria under the supervision of the Turkish government.