Diplomats at the United Nations are drawing up another resolution that condemns Syria.
The new text emerged after hours of talks stalled in the UN Security Council. It was not immediately known how the draft resolution differed from previous versions.
However, sources said the new resolution may include some “surrender” to Russia in order to reach an agreement on the Syrian crisis.
It also doesn’t go into power transition by President Bashar Assad to his Deputy. But diplomats said that resolution would back the Arab plan announced last week.
Envoys said on Thursday that the new text is to be send to their capitals for consideration.
"Everyone will seek instructions from their capitals and we hope to be able to vote as soon as possible," Britain's UN ambassador, Mark Lyall Grant, said.
Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said the decision to send a draft back to governments "does not prejudge in any way" whether or not approval was likely.
The US ambassador, Susan Rice, also played down expectations, saying: "We are still not there."
"There are still some complicated issues that our capitals will have to deliberate on and provide us with instructions," she said.