THE United States is weighing its next steps to try to end the conflict in Syria, new Secretary of State John Kerry says, adding there has been "too much killing" in the 22-month war.
His comments on Friday came amid hints of deep divisions in President Barack Obama's cabinet over
US policy in Syria, where some 60,000 people
have died as opposition rebels battle to oust President Bashar al-Assad.
Kerry said he was not aware of what decisions had been made before he took over as secretary of state a week ago, stressing he was focused on the future.
"I'm not going to go backwards. This is a new administration now, the president's second term. I'm a new secretary of state, and we're going forwards from this point," he stressed.
Yeah but everything US has tried so far, but didn't try arming FSA, well that is for going forward from this point. Killing field what option you have either to be killed or to kill to survival in that case, only option viable to kill, FSA need weapons to kill butcher criminal Assad to stop killing Syrian people! Feeding care of million internal external refugees bottomless pit not mentioning spill over this conflict to neighbouring countries also ripple effect on whole region and world! Think very simple only one butcher has to go, that is criminal butcher Assad! Sake of 23 millions Syrian people and