Turkey says ready to act with Arab League on Syria

By REUTERS
November 25, 2011 12:29

 
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ISTANBUL - Turkey is ready to act in unison with the Arab League if Syria fails to show good intentions to end an eight-month-old bloody crackdown, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday.

He told a joint news conference with his Italian counterpart Giulio Terzi that he was ready to attend a meeting of Arab League foreign ministers that could take place on Sunday and that he was continuing consultations with the European Union, NATO and UN Security Council members.

The Arab League has threatened to impose sanctions on Syria unless it signs a deal on Friday to allow monitors into the country.

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