Assad urges US to assume more central role in Middle East peace talks

Assad urges US to assume

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January 7, 2010 15:50

 
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Syrian President Bashar Assad on Thursday urged the United States to play a stronger role in Mideast peacemaking, Syria's state-run news agency reported. Assad appealed to the US during a meeting with US congressman Alcee Hastings in Damascus. Syria's president also lashed out at Israel saying it was not ready for peace. The last round of Syria-Israel peace talks collapsed in 2000.

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