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NATO not to intervene in Syrian conflict

16:35, 06.06.2012 Region: World News Theme: Politics

NATO doesn’t believe that military intervention in Syria is capable of resolving Syrian crisis. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said during the videoconference Moscow-Brussels organized by RIA Novosti.

“We have no intention of interfering in the internal situation in Syria. I don’t think that military intervention is capable of solving the problem,” Rasmussen said.

He said the only way to settle the crisis is to carry out the plan introduced by Kofi Annan.



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