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SCO member states oppose armed intervention or forced regime change


17:03, June 07, 2012

BEIJING, June 7 (Xinhua) -- Leaders of the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) said Thursday that they oppose armed intervention or forced "regime change" and disapprove of unilateral sanctions.

They made the marks in the Declaration of the Heads of State of the Member States of the SCO released on Thursday.

The member states express deep concern over the situation in western Asia and northern Africa, says the declaration, adding that they sincerely hope to see peace, stability, prosperity and progress in this region.

They call on the international community to respect the purposes of the UN Charter and norms of the international law, respect the independent choice of the countries and peoples in the region, and work to ease tensions, according to the declaration.


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