Report: Syria opposes changing Arab peace proposal

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March 7, 2007 16:27

 
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Syria on Wednesday voiced opposition to making any revisions to the Arab-Israeli peace initiative endorsed by Arab leaders five years ago and cast doubts over Israel's willingness to make peace in region. Syria cautioned against making changes to the initiative saying, it "absolutely rejected for some hostile fingers to toy, directly or through brokers, with the agenda of the (upcoming) summit so that its decisions would come in harmony with the Israeli and American interests," the Tishrin government newspaper reported in a front-page editorial.

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