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France's Hollande urges Syrian opposition to form gov't

(Xinhua)

09:45, August 28, 2012

PARIS, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- French President Francois Hollande on Monday called on Syrian opposition to form a new government lineup that Paris will recognize as the "legitimate representative of the new Syria."

Addressing a gathering of France's ambassadors, Hollande urged more efforts to ensure a swift political transition in the violence-ridden Arab country.

"France asked the Syrian opposition to establish a provisional, inclusive and representative government who can become the legitimate representative ... of post-Bashar al-Assad period," Hollande said in a fresh diplomatic pressure to oust the Syrian president

"France will recognize the provisional government of the new Syria once it would be formed," Hollande announced.

Describing the situation in Syria as "unbearable for the human consciousness" and "unacceptable for security and stability in the region," the French leader stressed that al-Assad "must leave."

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