17/09/2012

China rejects any foreign intervention in Syria's affairs

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Beijing Reiterates Rejection of any Foreign Intervention in Syria's affairs

September 17th, 2012 - Beijing, (SANA) - China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi reiterated his county's rejection of any foreign interference in Syria's domestic affairs, stressing that the political resolution to the crisis should be realized by the Syrian people.

"The international community has to commit to searching for a political solution to the crisis.. the Syrian people's will should be respected.. the resolution should be reached by them, not through foreign sides," Xinhua news Agency quoted Jiechi as saying during a meeting with a delegation of the Coordination Committee.

He expressed his country's determination to respect and support the political solution as long as it was accepted by the sides concerned in Syria, calling these sides to cooperate with the UN Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi.

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