US security adviser: US committed to political transition in Syria

By REUTERS
March 24, 2015 14:25

 
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WASHINGTON - US National Security Adviser Susan Rice, in Monday meeting with Moaz Alkhatib, the former head of Syria's opposition group, said the United States remains committed to a negotiated political transition in Syria, the White House said.

"Rice stressed that Bashar Assad has lost all legitimacy to govern and must go," the White House said in a statement released on Tuesday about the meeting, referring to the Syrian president.

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