Posted 27.06.2012 11:46:11 UTC
Updated 27.06.2012 11:46:11 UTC
This has been expressed by Kofi Annan's deputy Jean-Marc Guehenno.
Annan's deputy, in a report he submitted to the UN Human Rights Council , criticizes both the Al Assad administration and the opposition forces.
He qualifies the Syrian army's nation wide human rights abuses as alarming.
The Al Assad forces break into houses and ruthlessly massacre unarmed innocent people, Guehenno says in his report.
He also hits out at the opposition groups who , he stresses, torture the captured army members and execute them.
As another development, a pro-Syrian government television in Syria has been stormed by armed militias today. 7 employees of the state controlled station have been killed and some others have been kidnapped by the assailants.
In the meantime, Russia's decision to freeze the sale of arms to Syria has made a resounding effect in the international community.
The Russian press quoting the National Defense Ministry sources, say the agreement for the sale to Syria of S-300 TMU-2 missile systems has been suspended after the latest crisis Syria had with Turkey.