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Russia, China change world politics: Syrian official


08:05, August 03, 2012

MOSCOW, Aug. 2 (Xinhua) -- Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil said here Thursday that Russia and China had changed world politics and accused the West of supporting terrorists against his government.

"Russia and China, starting from their first veto in the U.N. Security Council on Syria, have changed the balance of power in global politics," said Jamil, who is leading a Syrian state delegation to Russia.

Jamil also slammed the West for its "hypocrisy" during the crisis in Syria.

"The West, the U.S. especially, is not interested in the fate of the Syrians. The U.S. policy is hypocritical to the bone," he told the Voice of Russia radio.

"They (the West) joined the Geneva agreements but, at the same time, they kept intervening in Syria's domestic affairs, arming and financing the so-called opposition, who actually are the terrorists, using all tools of political and informational pressure available," he said.

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