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Australia supports military intervention in Syria2012-05-30 13:48
Australian authorities support the position of the French President, Francois Hollande, in regard of the possibility of a military intervention into the conflict in Syria. Australia stands ready to discuss this issue, the Foreign Minister of the country, Bob Carr said, the RBC reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
However Bob Carr noted that there should be consensus in the UN Security Council on the Syrian issue to make such important decision.
Australian Foreign Minister also stressed the need to pay attention to criticism from Russia and China which oppose tough sanctions against the Syrian authorities and point out that military intervention in a similar conflict in Libya has led to disastrous consequences, the edition reported.
Earlier, Francois Hollande called Moscow and Beijing the main obstacle to the adoption of more severe sanctions against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Recall, on the eve in was reported that France had decided to expel Syrian ambassador due to the massacre in Hula. According to the decision of the French president Francois Hollande, the ambassador of Syria must depart to his home country no later than next Monday or next Tuesday, the Lenta.ru reported.
Syrian diplomatic mission will be notified about this today or tomorrow, Hollande said during his meeting with President of Benin Boni Yayi.