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Putin Warns: Long Civil War in Syria If Assad Unconstitutionally Ousted
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Russian President Vladimir Putin warns of a long civil war in Syria if President Bashar al-Assad is unconstitutionally ousted.putin


"We are afraid that if the country's current leadership is removed from power unconstitutionally, then the opposition and today's leadership may simply change places," Russian news agencies quoted Putin as saying.


"One will become (the new) leadership and the other -- the opposition," Putin was quoted as saying after talks with visiting Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti.
Putin warned that in that case "a civil war will stretch on for who knows how long".


"We do not want the situation to develop according to the bloody scenario of civil war and continue for no-one knows how many years as it happened in Afghanistan," Putin was quoted as saying in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Meanwhile, the Russian leader stressed that the crisis in Syria might be solved through negotiations.


"The Syrian leadership as well as the opposition should find the strength and organize a negotiating process framing it in such a way that it would be possible to achieve an acceptable compromise on the country's future."
"Both the government and the opposition should cease violence and sit at the negotiating table and decide how the country will live in the future.”


He also stressed that Syria's political future should not be decided on the battleground.
"I believe that the future of the country should be decided not on the basis of a military victory or defeat of one of the sides but on the basis of negotiations and compromise," Putin was quoted as saying.

Source: Agencies

24-07-2012 - 15:23 Last updated 09-10-2012 - 16:31 | 3891 View
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User Comments Number of comments: 2
1 - Politics
Arthur Thompson | Great Britain 14:18 2012-08-29
This War in SYRIA was started by covert
2 - the main problem..
Ingrid B | Norway 20:02 2012-08-31
The main problem for Syria is the so-called \"opposition\", who`se backers, and facilitators, obviously
do not want peaceful negotiations..

 

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