EU agrees to allow some non-lethal aid for Syrian opposition

By REUTERS
February 28, 2013 19:17

 
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BRUSSELS - The European Union said it amended sanctions on Syria on Thursday to permit the supply of armoured vehicles, non-lethal military equipment and technical aid to the Syrian opposition, provided they were intended to protect civilians.

The measure, adopted by EU governments, extends EU sanctions on Syria until June 1 and responds to pressure from Britain and others to ease the EU arms embargo to help opponents of President Bashar Assad.

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