Report: Nasrallah and Assad met to discuss Syria reforms

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May 30, 2011 13:05

 
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Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has met with Syrian President Bashar Assad several times to discuss reform in Syria, Naharnet reported on Monday.

The report did not specify when the meetings were held.

Assad was quoted in the report as telling Nasrallah that he did not need encouragement to go ahead with his planned reforms in Syria.

He also reportedly said that steps necessary for the implementation of the reforms are connected to Damascus's efforts to confront "some countries" who are trying to topple the Syrian regime over its ties with Hezbollah.

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