Clinton says looking to raise pressure on Syria

By REUTERS
May 12, 2011 17:46

 
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NUUK, Greenland - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday that Washington and its allies were seeking ways to increase pressure on Syria to make reforms.

Clinton, in Greenland for talks with foreign ministers, said Syrian President Bashar Assad was increasingly isolated.

"We are going to hold the Syrian government accountable," she said after meeting the Danish foreign minister. "The United States along with Denmark and other colleagues are going to look for ways to increase the pressure."

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