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Russia and the LAS have coordinated a plan on peaceful resolution of Syrian conflict2012-03-11 14:54
Russia and League of Arab States have coordinated a plan on peaceful resolution of Syrian conflict without intervention of foreign states in Syrian domestic affairs, as well as on the need to provide humanitarian aid to Damascus and thoroughly and impartially monitoring the situation in the country.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RBC, Russia and League of Arab States have coordinated a plan on peaceful resolution of Syrian conflict without intervention of foreign states in Syrian domestic affairs, as well as on the need to provide humanitarian aid to Damascus and thoroughly and impartially monitoring the situation in the country.
According to the Information and Press Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, after a meeting in Cairo, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Prime Minister of Qatar, Hamad bin Jabr Al-Thani, have shaped five principles for resolving the Syrian crisis: to stop violence on all sides; impartial monitoring mechanism; no external intervention; unhindered access of humanitarian aid to all Syrians; strong support for Kofi Annan's mission in order to begin a political dialogue between the government and all opposition groups, the edition reported.
On the eve, the president of Syria told the UN and the League of Arab States Special Representative, Kofi Annan about his readiness to peaceful dialogue. According to the Vesti.ru, Bashar Assad told Kofi Annan, that the terrorists hindered the cessation of bloodshed. Former UN Secretary-General has also communicated with the opposition. Assad's opponents, who previously rejected any proposal for negotiations, have corrected their position, at least in words.