Italy urges Russia to help end Syria crisis

By REUTERS
July 23, 2012 19:21

 
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MOSCOW - Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said on Monday that he encouraged Russia to work with the West to end the violence in Syria and seek new ways to resolve the crisis.

After talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Monti said Italy understands Russia's concern over any UN Security Council resolution that could allow for military intervention but that the situation could get out of control if no resolution is adopted.

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