Report: Egypt FM asks West to intervene in Syria crisis

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June 12, 2011 09:47

 
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Cairo has asked the West to send an envoy to Syria to negotiate with Damascus over an end to the Syrian crisis and to avoid the drafting of a strong resolution against Syria at the United Nations Security Council, Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Araby told London-based Al-Hayat on Sunday.

The Egyptian foreign minister said that Cairo is working all the time "behind the scenes" and that he hopes reforms in Syria will be serious and will be implemented soon.

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