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Syrian neighbors take different positions as Syria crisis deepens

(Xinhua)

08:02, August 17, 2012

BEIJING, Aug. 16 (Xinhua) -- Some Western countries have increased their diplomatic activities in Syria's neighboring countries in recent days, which showed their intentions to scale up intervention in the crisis-stricken Syria, analysts said.

U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has just wrapped up her Turkey visit before French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius kicked off a three-day tour to Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey on Wednesday.

As the crisis deepens in Syria, its neighbors have displayed different stances on the issue.

IRAQ BACKING PEACE SETTLEMENT

The Shiite-dominated Iraqi government has on many occasions expressed the willingness to play its role in solving the Syrian conflict and proposed peaceful settlement by political means.

Iraq said it would not intervene in Syria's internal affairs and opposed any foreign interference in Syria or the use of force.

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There are already talks in the western media that there are elites in Saudi Arabis who are egging to bring down Saudi rulers as they are not satisfied with what's happening in Saudi, Bahrain, Qatar and Turkey and these are the places where unrest will happen next.
  

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