France says would not act alone on Syria if US rules out strike

By REUTERS
September 3, 2013 18:25

 
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PARIS - France will not intervene alone in Syria if the US Congress votes against action, President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday.

"If the decision of (Congress) was not positive, then we would not act alone, but we would not shirk our responsibilities, by supporting the opposition in Syria in such a way that would provide a response," Hollande said after meeting German President Joachim Gauck.

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