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Syria: NATO is not preparing any military intervention in Syria

The Atlantic Alliance does not develop any military intervention in Syria, told reporters in Canberra (Australia) Secretary General of NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“There is currently no plans for a NATO intervention in Syria,” he announced before M.Rasmussen described as “serious mistake” disputes the Syrian problem within the UN.

The British Foreign Minister William Hague has recently ruled out any repetition of the scenario in Syria and Libya, therefore, any military action against that country. The international community wants, he says, find a peaceful solution of the crisis.

For over a year, Syria is facing a wave of protest of the regime. According to the UN, clashes have already claimed over 12,000 civilian and military casualties. A cease-fire was declared in the country last April, under the peace plan proposed by UN envoy and the Arab League Kofi Annan, but the parties in conflict, ongoing reports of new clashes and victims.

Russia and China, countries possessing the veto in the Security Council of the UN, blocked two resolutions on Syria to prevent foreign military intervention against the country.

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