2 US senators land in Damascus for talks on Iraq

December 19, 2006 16:36

US Senators John Kerry and Christopher Dodd arrived in Syria on Tuesday to discuss how Damascus could help bring about stability and security to neighboring Iraq. The two Democratic lawmakers declined to speak to reporters after landing at Damascus airport on a US military plane. Their visit came a few days after a similar one by US Senator Bill Nelson, who met with Syrian President Bashar Assad.

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