Turkish minister says April 10 Syria deadline void

By REUTERS
April 9, 2012 13:15

 
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ANKARA - Turkey's Deputy Foreign Minister Naci Koru said on Monday an April 10 deadline for Syria to pull back its troops under the terms of a UN peace plan was void and that a new stage would begin on Tuesday, Turkish broadcaster NTV reported.

The Turkish foreign ministry could not be immediately reached to confirm the report.

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