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Arab League Will Drop Sanctions on Syria

Damascus - The Syrian authorities ignores ultimatum Arab League to permit observers to the nation to watch the problem. On this, Arab officers prepare to debate sanctions towards Syria.

The Syrian government had been supplied a deadline Friday, November 25th to indication an agreement on sending observers to the Syrian Arab League. But right up until the deadline expires, there was clearly no response from your routine of President Bashar al-Assad.

Arab ministers had formerly warned, if Syria did not allow observers in the country, the Arab League will take into account a range of sanctions. That features the termination of a flight to Syria, the Syrian government's freezing of accounts and also the cessation of business affairs.

In fact, as documented by Reuters information company on Saturday (26/11/2011), there's also the possibility to stop the business trade using the Syrian authorities. Nonetheless, aside from a strategic commodity for the reason that it might have an affect on persons of Syria.

Despite the fact that Arab international locations more and more cornered the Assad regime, but international locations like Syria's allies Russia and China firmly rejects sanctions from the nation.

"At now, the resolution is not necessary, not sanctions, although not pressure Syria's internal dialogue," mentioned International Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich Russia.

Till now, anti-government demonstrations go on in Syria. Motion demanding the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had taken place about 8 months. In accordance on the UN, in excess of 3,five hundred people have been killed throughout the unrest. Most of the casualties were civilians who were killed in the hands of supporters of Assad's troops.
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