Turkey plans new Syria initiative after UN 'fiasco'

By REUTERS
February 7, 2012 12:28

 
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ANKARA - Turkey is preparing a new initiative with those countries who oppose the Syrian government, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, describing China's and Russia's veto of a UN resolution on Syria a "fiasco".

"We are going to start a new initiative with those countries that stand by the people, not the Syrian government. We are preparing this," Erdogan told a meeting of his ruling AK Party in Ankara, giving no further details on the initiative.

"The process that occurred at the United Nations in relation to Syria is a fiasco for the civilized world," he said.

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