Report: Egyptians, Iranians discuss US Syria strike threat

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April 30, 2013 08:57

 
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Egyptian and Iranian government officials conducted a meeting recently to discuss their growing concerns that the US may choose to carry out a military operation in Syria, Arab newspaper 'Al-Akhbar' reported on Tuesday morning.

"There are serious moves being made by the US that imply an imminent strike on Damascus," the paper quoted a senior Egyptian diplomat as saying.

The diplomat added that there is a general consensus that Israel would likely have a hand in a US military operation in Syria, the report said.

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