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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-09-10

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  • [01] SYRIZA supports Russian proposal for Syria crisis

  • [01] SYRIZA supports Russian proposal for Syria crisis

    ANA-MPA -- The main opposition Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA), in an announcement on Tuesday, expressed support for a Russian proposal for Syria's chemical weapons arsenal to be placed under international control and "more time to be provided for absolute substantiation by the UN experts committee in order to prove in the most objective way who perpetrated the hideous crime against unarmed people in Damascus."

    SYRIZA added that latest developments, with this proposal being the focus, open a window of hope for the prevention of the war. It also stresses "the absolute absence of the Greek government from whatever actions aiming at de-escalation.

    On the contrary, SYRIZA further said, the government found itself with the few willing declaring that it was ready to fulfill "its conventional commitments".

    SYRIZA is categorically opposed to every action violating the UN's Charter, while at the same time it supports every initiative to prevent the war, that will be based on the principles of International Law, the announcement concluded.

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