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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Syrian Resistance: Syrian Official Slams Sanctions!

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 By NOUR MALAS, with Laurence Norman

BEIRUT—Syria's foreign minister said the country wouldn't bow to external pressure to accelerate reforms and reinforced the regime's offer of a "national dialogue" as the only way out of the conflict between President Bashar al-Assad's regime and protesters.
Foreign Minister Walid Moallem, in a televised news conference in Damascus on Wednesday, warned European officials "to stop meddling in Syria's affairs" and called European Union sanctions against Syrians "equal to war."
Mr. Moallem also said he hoped neighboring Turkey would "revise its stance." Turkey has raised pressure on Syria to stop its violent crackdown on antigovernment demonstrations.
The European Union is expected to put new sanctions into effect on Friday that will include seven individuals, including three Iranians, and four entities, a diplomat said. The names of the new sanctions targets will be released on Friday.
The EU has already imposed restrictive measures on Mr. Assad and 22 others connected to his regime, after its violent crackdown on protesters.
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