Annan plan for Syria 'on track', spokesman says

By REUTERS
May 4, 2012 12:23

 
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GENEVA - A peace plan for Syria brokered by international mediator Kofi Annan is on track despite reports of violations of the ceasefire, Annan's spokesman Ahmad Fawzi said on Friday.

"I would say that the Annan plan is on track and a crisis that has been going on for over a year is not going to be resolved in a day or a week," Fawzi said.

"There are signs on the ground of movement (towards compliance with the plan), albeit slow and small."

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