Kofi Annan says his six-point plan, accepted by Syria, will deal with:
Accommodating political discussions in Syria;
Withdrawal of heavy weapons and troops from population centres;
Allowing humanitarian assistance into affected areas;
Freedom of movement;
Access for journalists.
Syria has accepted his plan to end the country's bloodshed but diplomats say they will wait for actions not words from the Assad regime.
Do diplomatic dreams match the violent reality on the ground in Syria?