Davutoglu: We will be monitoring events in Syria

By REUTERS
August 9, 2011 21:05

 
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ANKARA - Turkey has demanded that the Syrian government stop killing civilians, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told a media conference on Tuesday on his return to Ankara after talks with the Syrian leadership in Damascus.

Davutoglu said his government would be monitoring events in Syria over the coming days. Describing his talks with President Bashar Assad as frank and friendly, Davutoglu also said his government would maintain contacts with all parts of Syrian society.

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