British Foreign Secretary William Hague told the members of the House of Commons that Britain has decided to recognize Syrian opposition organizations.
Haig said that "Syrian opposition National Coalition" is the sole legitimate representative of the Syrian people.
He added in his speech before the House of Commons that the opposition is now "a credible alternative to the Assad government," said "in the absence of a diplomatic solution, Britain will not exclude any option is consistent with international law to save lives."
The Syrian opposition that aims to topple the Assad regime approached to become a united front while the form of the leaders of the opposition factions after months of coalition split.Britain believes that more than 30 people have been killed in the conflict in Syria.
Britain has urged at a meeting held last week the newly formed Coalition to prepare a clear plan for a political transition in Syria.