Medvedev: Russia to Not Support UN’s Syria Resolution


Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev has said that his country would not back a United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria. Speaking at a news conference in Moscow on Wednesday, Medvedev said “I will not support such a resolution” if it’s the same as the one on Libya. The president, however, didn’t say if Moscow would veto the resolution. He stressed that Russia opposes foreign intrusion in the internal matters of Syria and said that President Assad should be given an opportunity to fulfill his reform pledges.

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