Turkish, G8 foreign ministers to hold Syria call

By REUTERS
April 11, 2012 17:24

 
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ANKARA - Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will hold a video conference call with counterparts from the Group of Eight of major nations on Wednesday evening, a ministry official said.

Davutoglu returned to Turkey early on Wednesday, cutting short an official trip to China.

Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday urged the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution on Syria that would protect the Syrian people, saying Damascus had failed to honor an undertaking to withdraw troops from urban areas under an international peace plan, and had increased the violence.

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