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AL rejects Syria's modifications on observer mission

(Xinhua)

09:10, November 21, 2011

CAIRO, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) -- The Arab League rejected on Sunday Syria's proposed modifications on the mission of a 500-member delegation to visit the country, the pan-Arab body said.

The Syrian proposals changed the nature of the mission's task that aims to solve the Syrian crisis and protect civilians, said the AL statement.

The AL stressed that it was concerned with tackling the Syrian crisis within the Arab framework by working to end the violence and get the Syrian people aspirations in carrying out political, economic and social reforms.

The AL issued Wednesday in Rabat, Morocco, a draft deal on the Arab mission of 500 observers to Syria and gave the Syrian government three days to sign it after the regional group suspended Syria's membership.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem suggested Thursday modifications on the AL's deal.

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