The conflict in Syria must be brought to an end and justice found for victims, says Fianna Fáil MEP, Barry Andrews. Mid-March marks the ten-year anniversary of the Syrian civil war. Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed and millions have lost their homes. The UN has put forward a political process to end the conflict, but so far without success. Barry Andrews – who co-authored a resolution in the European Parliament on the issue this week - wants the EU to appoint a special envoy to Syria. He says the European Union can be an influential player in bringing about peace, and also in finding justice to victims of war crimes.
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