Arab League foreign ministers will meet on January 22 to discuss the findings of monitors sent to Syria to observe whether President Bashar Assad has implemented a plan to end 10 months of bloodshed, Egypt's Middle East News Agency said.
The Arab League monitors are due to complete a report on the situation in Syria on January 19. An Arab League committee on Syria, led by Qatar, will discuss the report on January 21 but only a full meeting of the 22-member body's foreign ministers can decide whether to end, extend or beef up the mission.
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