Jordan PM calls on Syria to end assaults on protesters

August 15, 2011 19:05

AMMAN - Jordan's Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit called on Monday for an immediate end to Syria's crackdown on a five-month-old uprising and said speedy implementation of reforms would bring stability.

"There is a need to stop violence immediately, start implementing reforms and resort to dialogue," Bakhit was quoted by the state news agency Petra as telling his Syrian counterpart Adel Safar in a telephone call.

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