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Brahimi says no Russian-American plan on Syria

English.news.cn   2012-12-27 15:36:27            
 • UN envoy said that there is no American- Russian plan on Syria yet.
 • Brahimi calls on all those who have the ability to help Syria "to spare no efforts."
 • Brahimi met Assad Monday and discussed the steps that he thought would work to solve the crisis.

 

DAMASCUS, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- The UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi said Thursday that there is no American- Russian plan on Syria yet.

Brahimi, who set foot in Damascus last Sunday, warned that the "time is on no one's side," calling on all those who have the ability to help Syria "to spare no efforts."

Brahimi arrived in Syria on Sunday for a week-long visit with the aim to discuss the development of the Syrian crisis with Syrian officials and opposition figures.

After meeting with President Assad on Monday, Brahimi said he discussed the steps that he thought would work to solve the crisis. He however stopped short of divulging details on his new vision.

Media said Brahimi's new plan focuses on a transitional government in Syria that would combine representatives of the opposition and the regime. But the new plan left a vague role to Assad.

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Editor: Lu Hui
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