Turkey: Syria leaders to face isolation for bloodshed

By REUTERS
November 16, 2011 15:06

 
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RABAT - Syria's leadership has failed to honor commitments it made to end violence against anti-government protesters and will face isolation, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Wednesday.

"The Syrian regime didn't respect commitments it made after the Nov. 2 resolution," Davutoglu, at a meeting with Arab foreign ministers in the Moroccan capital, said in reference to an Arab League plan for ending the bloodshed. "The Syrian regime will face isolation for that."

An earlier version of this article mistakenly quoted the Turkish foreign minister as saying Syrian would "pay a high price" for failing to end the bloodshed.

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