The United States recalled its ambassador from Syria.

The United States recalled its ambassador from Syria.The US recalled its ambassador from Syria for security reasons. According to US State Department spokesman Mark Toner, the US embassy in Syria and the residence of Ambassador Robert Ford have been attacked by supporters of President Bashar al-Assad because of the condemnation by the US of the actions of the Syrian authorities. R.Ford left Syria on the morning of October 22 after a series of unpleasant incidents indicating growing aggression in parts of Syrian society. It is not yet known when R.Ford will return to Syria. This will depend on the development of the situation in the country, the State Department spokesman concluded, reports Associated Press.


Earlier, American diplomats reported that recently articles in the Syrian press began to appear more often with reproaches and criticisms of R. Ford.

Meanwhile, the United States has not yet decided on further decisions on the Syrian issue. According to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the opposition has not yet asked for help from the United States in the fight against President B. Asad.

In Syria, since March 2011. mass demonstrations of those displeased with the ruling regime continue. Participants in the unrest demanded the resignation of the country's President B. Assad and political reforms. Syrian authorities suppress unauthorized protests, including using army units. The United States and the European Union imposed a series of sanctions against the Syrian leadership, and the UN Security Council condemned the open violation of human rights and weapons against civilians.

However, the adoption of a resolution on Syria in the UN Security Council failed, as Russia and China, opposing interference in the internal affairs of the country and the unilateral use of sanctions, put a veto on the document.

Syria continues to receive information about alleged reprisals against the opponents of B. Assad. However, this data is often not confirmed.
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  1. Banshee 25 October 2011 11: 25 New
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    Well, this is called not washing, so skating. The script is running and the show must go on. Only here Russia and China still interfere ...
    1. Vadivak 25 October 2011 12: 33 New
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      the opposition has not yet requested US assistance in the fight against President B. Assad.

      This is not a show, this is some kind of circus, only harlequins are real killers, and the states seem to have any opposition to the existing legitimate government causing an attack of inadequate mutual assistance
      For example, the United States annually allocates about 10 million dollars. For the needs of the "Belarusian" opposition. The Cuban opposition 80 million dollars, 25 million dollars of the Libyan opposition. The Kazakh opposition. The States allocated $ 28 million. Even the Georgian opposition has $ 26 million.
      1. SL.Kocegar
        SL.Kocegar 25 October 2011 14: 53 New
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        the circus has left, the clowns have been forgotten, only the entreprise is no longer funny. I wonder how much we have allocated for the information struggle, or is this direction already forgotten?
  2. Sergh
    Sergh 25 October 2011 11: 32 New
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    Well, as the ass on Syria itches at the pendyuk, it’s already scratched into the blood. The French cygan also runs ahead of everyone. Now, when are they raking?
    1. Tjumenec72
      Tjumenec72 25 October 2011 12: 00 New
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      When Syria, Iran, Egypt and Turkey hit Israel)
      them then all the bankers will not love)))
  3. kostiknet 25 October 2011 11: 39 New
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    Syria continues to receive information about alleged reprisals against the opponents of B. Assad. However, this data is often not confirmed.
    But I wonder if in the state of Idaho the Indians decide that the president is shit and must be overthrown, Obama will feed these Papuans with buns and throw bucks on “democratic reforms”? Or is it still grudging the separatists, not giving a damn about the "will" of the people? Syria to the Yankees has long been like a bone in the throat and gouging it is a holy right of the United States (as well as any other country).
  4. itr
    itr 25 October 2011 11: 50 New
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    Well, if they merge these, I’ll definitely go for the Communists!
  5. Banshee 25 October 2011 11: 52 New
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    Quote: kostiknet
    if in Idaho the Indians decide that the president is shit and that he should be overthrown


    But the action "Capture Wall Street" as you? It is understandable that they only started, retraded later, but this is purely from a lack of experience.

    Spins the next gadstva. And I think that now it will be unwound forcefully, because in the states and in Europe, to say the least, it is restless. Sarkozy won as naskienny rushes about, and why? Germany has its own views on Europe, which do not really fit together with the Kolyanovs.

    Be a show, and soon.
  6. svvaulsh
    svvaulsh 25 October 2011 12: 00 New
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    Two things are alarming, the first is the recall of the ambassador, the second is "the opposition has not yet asked for help from the United States in the fight against President B. Assad." That is, in translation from a political language into a military one, we are ready and are waiting for the go-ahead to start a war. And it will be enough for any far-fetched provocation, or a statement of a dissatisfied about protection from the tyrant Assad, and democratic bombs will begin to sow freedom, kindness and happiness in the country enslaved by the tyrant Assad.
    1. LESHA pancake
      LESHA pancake 25 October 2011 16: 30 New
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      Long live freedom and democracy throughout the world. for those who do not agree, a place in the cemetery is reserved if there is something to bury after the bombing. HA HA This is the Pindos McCain slogan.
  7. подводник 25 October 2011 13: 23 New
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    Rzhunimagu !!!
    In Russia, the US Embassy fired from military weapons 2! times !!! Once pissed by the crowd!
    In Syria, the US embassy was bombarded with tomatoes! And they immediately tensed up childishly and recalled the ambassador: "Oooo how offended we are !!!"
    Against a weak "gut is not thin"!
    1. kostiknet 25 October 2011 13: 39 New
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      pissed - yes it's bullies !!! They shot from the border - it happens, but the weapon is understandable as a crowbar! What is the ambassador afraid of? But tomatoes - horror and horror 21st century !!!!! These were clearly "vegetables from Europe" that could have been infected with the new "Eurovirus" am You can simultaneously accuse the regime of using a weapon (do not care that this is not so), and supporting dissatisfied farmers who are offended by such treatment of tomatoes to bomb another country wink NATO will lead troops to the victory of "democracy" more than once, though so far they are following the path of senility.
    2. datur 25 October 2011 15: 34 New
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      not, apparently the Syrians had armor-piercing tomatoes and increased caliber and power wink
  8. Boos24
    Boos24 25 October 2011 13: 34 New
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    alarming bell, the program has started, so I want Nato to break off in Syria
  9. Alexei 25 October 2011 13: 48 New
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    The "opposition" is probably waiting for the states to finally finish with Libya. But why overstrain the "virtues"? "Good" deeds also tire, let them rest a bit and then further improve the life of the oppressed peoples, shooting and bombing is useful.
    And this is done by a country in which the uninhabited local population in the reservation was driven up, and even 60 years ago the Negroes even had seats in public transport in the back, as in the lower class.
  10. SL.Kocegar
    SL.Kocegar 25 October 2011 14: 55 New
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    After Roosevelt, not a single smart president
  11. SIA
    SIA 25 October 2011 15: 07 New
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    If the ambassador is recalled, it’s bad. War is getting ready. Moreover, full-scale, with the involvement of third forces (NATO member states).
  12. datur 25 October 2011 15: 37 New
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    it’s just that the amers and NATO members have completely demolished the tower from impunity, just like the jackals have tried blood!
  13. fellow misha 25 October 2011 15: 43 New
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    The series continues - we just watched the Libya series, how do you like the script, directing, and how do you like the acting? Take a seat, a new series called “Syria” begins, only the “TV men” are in a hurry somewhere either for a commercial break or for a social video - “bloody Assad cuts off the heads of babies”, gentlemen, hurry up, the laws of the genre must be kept to the end, and then in pursuit of speed soon completely lose all your professional qualities. Cheap TV shows at least the average man hawks, but the cheap-unprofessional TV show is a direct blow to the ratings.

    Yes, I'm not funny either.
  14. Ivan Tarasov 25 October 2011 17: 50 New
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    If a NATO military operation in Syria begins, Iran is likely to be drawn into it.
    The war may drag on for more than one year.
    This will allow the Russian Federation to gain time and rearm.
    We should not forget that the PRC (potential US adversary) is also arming intensively.
    It is doubtful that the United States would give us time to rearm.
    Too expensive, then, this gift will cost them.
  15. APASUS 25 October 2011 18: 49 New
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    So the war does not wait long! The Americans always carry out the evacuation of their deep missions before the military operation. And the reason for the evacuation, you can call any - even diarrhea !!!
  16. Nick 25 October 2011 20: 47 New
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    Yes, it’s not easy that the American ambassador escaped from Syria. Something they stir up. Truth in Syria is our naval base in Tartus. It is unlikely that they will risk slipping in without UN sanction if our iPod lovers do not surrender.
    1. Ivan Tarasov 25 October 2011 21: 15 New
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      Our AUG is heading to the Mediterranean Sea.
      It is possible that all the same lured.
      We'll see.