Turkish President Abdullah Gul has said that efforts to stop violence in Syria were not enough.
ANKARA- There is an administration in Syria which now completely lost its legitimacy, added Gul who held a joint press conference with Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba in Ankara on Wednesday.
Recalling that UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Kofi Annan announced a plan after his first visit to Syria, Gul said that fierce clashes had been continuing, cities had been under bombing, and more civilians had been killed after so-called cease fire had been declared under the plan.
"Migration of Syrian citizens is speeding up. There are almost more than 40,000 Syrians crossed in Turkey so as in Jordan and other countries," said Gul.
He added that a new administration, which would represent the will of people, should immediately be set up after so many deaths in Syria.