The photographer, Johannes Eisele, caught a nice, quiet moment between two politicians discussing a serious issue away from the podiums of the usual press conference. We get a glimpse at how diplomacy is done -- with a walk through the garden.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The Syrian regime will collapse under the weight of the crisis which must be prevented from spreading to neighboring countries like Lebanon, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Monday.
"France has an attachment to Lebanon and we very strongly wish to avoid a situation where the people of Lebanon suffer anew from what is happening Syria," Fabius told a news conference after meeting his German counterpart in Berlin.
Fabius and Germany's Guido Westerwelle said both governments were trying to urge Russia to step up its pressure on Syria.