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"Road map" of the League of Arab States will be signed by Syria

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"Road map" of the League of Arab States will be signed by Syria



Bashar Assad, President of Syria, will be signed the final version of the roadmap of the Arab League (Arab League) to end the bloodshed in this country. According to the television channel Al-Arabiya, this was announced on Sunday by Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani, the Prime Minister of Qatar, who is the chairman of the special committee of the League for Syria, ITAR-TASS reports.

In particular, the Arab League peace plan assumes the deployment of Arab observers in Syria. They are tasked with assessing the situation in the state and monitoring the actions of the opposition and the Syrian authorities.

In addition, the plan provides for the withdrawal of troops from the cities, the release of detained participants of anti-government protests, as well as the start of negotiations between the opposition and the government.

The “road map” of the Arab countries by Syria was not completely rejected. However, she insisted that the constant presence of observers to monitor the situation in the country violated her sovereignty.
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  1. Alyans
    Alyans 19 December 2011 14: 22 New
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    Yeah, let these pendosovskih henchmen and they immediately turn Syria into a new Libya. The Syrians on their own will cope with those shit that disturb their peace and order. And the rest. who sticks their nose into their affairs this very nose should be shortened bully
  2. Sergh
    Sergh 19 December 2011 14: 32 New
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    Well, Assad put this card ..., and it looks like Qatar too! In Syria, things are not bad, but negotiations, it is clear to everyone how this will end.
  3. Cardamom
    Cardamom 19 December 2011 14: 44 New
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    Whether we like it or not, Assad is "squeezed", and the Arabs themselves. There is simply no way out for him: there is almost a civil war in the country, sanctions and the threat of invasion. Syria was overlaid on all sides. Ours will not hang out there forever, according to some reports, ships from the Northern Fleet may already be at home in February. Let's look at the development of the situation.
    1. rysich
      rysich 19 December 2011 15: 35 New
      +2
      Maybe they didn’t do it. I think Assad wants to get a tactical respite.
  4. dred
    dred 19 December 2011 14: 53 New
    0
    This is what the man said did.
  5. starded
    starded 19 December 2011 16: 54 New
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    You can’t give up your positions! Responsible to protect their citizens ...
  6. Che
    Che April 25 2012 15: 45 New
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    In addition, the plan provides for the withdrawal of troops from the cities, the release of detained participants of anti-government protests, as well as the start of negotiations between the opposition and the government.



    It is necessary to disarm criminals, and then negotiations.