Erdoğan: A new government will soon be in charge in Syria

December 30, 2012 14:11


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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hinted on Saturday there are "strong signals" the crisis in Syria is coming to an end, the Turkish Hurriyet daily reported.

Speaking at a party meeting on Saturday, Erdoğan said: "A government will soon be in charge in Syria that will satisfy the needs and desires of the Syrian people,” Hurriyet reported.

“We are receiving strong signals that the end is approaching in Syria. The brutal, bloody process is finally coming to and end. Soon there will be a government that will satisfy the needs and desires of the Syrian people,” Hurriyet quoted Erdoğan as saying.

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