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Syria disproves the statement by the Russian ambassador in France2012-07-20 19:02
Syrian Ministry of Information has denied the statement by the Ambassador of Russia in France Alexander Orlov, who had reported on the consent of Syrian President Bashar Assad to hand over the power in the country in a civilized manner, the RIA Novosti reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Syrian Ministry of Information has called ambassador's comments "completely untrue".
As recalled by the RBC, on the eve, Alexander Orlov stated about the readiness of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to leave his post soon, however, under uncertain conditions. This was supposedly evidenced by the adoption of the final communiqué in Geneva, which provides the democratization of the regime in Syria.
The diplomat expressed the opinion that it would be difficult for Assad to stay on the highest state post after what had happened in Syria, so the resignation of the head of state was a matter of time.
Alexander Orlov drew attention to the fact that Moscow and Damascus were not connected by any of the special relationship, and Russia adhered to the principle of non-interference in purely internal affairs of other states.