Tomorrow Press / follow warned French President Francois Hollande, on Wednesday, the outbreak of full-scale war in the Middle East if it continues the international failure to find a definitive solution to the crises there.
Holland said in a speech at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France, in the presence of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, said that "The continuation of the international failure threatens all-out war in the Middle East," and urged "Europe's leaders to live up to the challenge posed by the unrest that drove hundreds of thousands of refugees to flee to Europe, where everyone must including Iran and Russia and the West to work on finding a political solution."
. As for Syria, new Holland emphasis on the Paris stand, that "any solution to the Syrian crisis should be based on the existence of an alternative to President Bashar al-Assad," adding that "what is happening in Syria worries Europe and the fact that what is happening there will determine the balance of power in the region for a long time."
"If we let confrontations on the basis of religion between Shiites and Sunnis are going for the worse, then the Do not think we will not be affected, will be all-out war, a war will affect our territory and we must act."