Syria rebels meet UN Security Council, urge Russia to end Assad support

By REUTERS
July 26, 2013 23:30

UNITED NATIONS - Syrian rebel leaders met with the UN Security Council for the first time on Friday to discuss the country's two-year war and appealed to Russia to stop its powerful political and military support for Syrian President Bashar Assad's government.

The 15-member Security Council has been deadlocked on Syria. Russia, an ally and arms supplier of Assad, and China have three times blocked action against Assad supported by the remaining veto powers - the United States, Britain and France.


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