Russia urges NATO not to intervene in Syria

MOSCOW - A senior Russian official urged NATO on Tuesday not to seek any pretexts for military intervention in Syria, Interfax news agency said.
It quoted Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov as saying Moscow, an ally of Damascus, opposed the creation of buffer zones or humanitarian corridors in Syria and called for calm between Turkey and Syria over tension on their border.
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