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Still developing -- fox report tonight word of a dramatic new turn of events in Syria.
The Russian president Vladimir Putin is reportedly making clear at the G-20 summit in Mexico.
That he no longer supports the Syrian president Bashar Al Assad.
That comes directly from the British prime minister David Cameron according to the reporting of the Reuters news service.
If true this is huge because up until now Russia has been Syria's staunchest reporters.
And it comes on the same day the head of the now suspected United Nations peacekeeping mission.
Warned that the UN.
May have just missed what's more on its hands very soon.
Another video amateur video.
-- we cannot independently verify its authenticity but we're told.
Syrian government forces have been pummeling that town -- rockets and artillery.
All of this comes amid word that three Russian ships could soon be heading to Syria a fourth Russian ship that was said to be -- attack helicopters for that nation.
Has reportedly turned around from waters off Scotland.
It is heading back to port after pressure from the United Kingdom.
Now just yesterday you can see the icy body language between our president and the Russian president at the G-20 summit.
And today the UN Security Council met behind closed doors to discuss the chaos that shows no signs of stopping.
But all of this as a backdrop Jonathan Hunt is at the United Nations Jonathan potentially significant developments regarding the Russian president and offside.
Absolutely if by the British prime minister is reporting all of his conversations.
-- that Russian president.
Vladimir Putin are accurate that accurate then -- is a major development the British prime minister.
Saying the president could no longer supports president ass out of Syria.
That is huge he said -- court that the British prime minister -- Their remaining difference -- over the sequencing and the shape.
Of how the transition takes place.
But it is welcome that President Clinton has been explicit.
That he does not want to ask -- remaining in charge in Syria.
Meantime here at the UN the Security Council -- depressingly bleak assessment.
Of the violence in this area from the head of the UN observer mission.
And won them all -- from all sides to once again to abide by a former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's peace plan.
That came from the head of the UN's peacekeeping operations listen.
Will be created -- one way -- all of the other.
Whereby it six point plan can make.
Programs because a game one has to say there is no other -- -- of the game Intel and has no plan B so.
This six point plan of Kofi Annan remains.
The reference the framework for a settlement of this dramatic crisis.
And of course what everybody here at the United Nations at least on the US side.
Now wants to see is President Putin rush up.
Back action to.
Actually remove president a sad.
From Powell ought not just woods from the Russian president -- and Jonathan today President Obama met with China's leader what do we know that means.
-- -- of course China pays the other nation that is blocked strongly UN action against.
President Assad of Syria President Obama said off -- his meeting.
With President Hu Jintao that he hopes that the two nations can cooperate.
To and the bloodshed in Syria but his father Hu Jintao said that China would that work -- Do what they can to sensitively and appropriately.
Handled the difficult issues between the US and China he did not however explicitly mentioned Syria so again.
Waiting for action not words from China.
Just says the you rest of the UN is waiting for action not words from -- on Syria -- Jonathan Hunt at the United Nations this evening Jonathan thanks.
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