Monday, June 20, 2011

Syria: EU wants new sanctions

Syrian dictator Assad, in a speech to the people, accused again saboteurs to carry power to the country  and promised only a few reforms. The state television carried the speech at the University of Damascus and the applause of Assad's supporters, who filled the hall. For the third time since the protests, Assad turned to the people of Syria - and repeated his accusations. The regime's opponents are extremists who would have modern weapons and communications equipment procured.

The EU is "actively" working to expand their sanctions, says the draft declaration of the EU foreign ministers that it was when the news agency.

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