Syria at UN appeals for end to foreign meddling

By REUTERS
September 26, 2011 22:46

 
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UNITED NATIONS - Syria's foreign minister on Monday appealed to the 193 UN member states to halt the "foreign intervention" that he said was behind six months of anti-government demonstrations that have not abated.

"We deeply regret the surge in the activities of armed groups in Syria, which have not waned and instead continued to spiral," Walid al-Moualem told the UN General Assembly during its annual session in New York.

"The presence of these groups ... is the manifestation of foreign intervention," he said.

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