Assad said that operations against dissidents in Syria have ended

Assad said that operations against dissidents in Syria have ended

Latakia : Syria | Aug 18, 2011 at 4:45 AM PDT
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The Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for the cessation of violence

The Syrian President Bashar Assad has agreed with the United Nations secretary general, Ban Ki Moon, to police and military operations against the protesters, after months of fighting in the streets, as recorded by a statement from the international organization.

Al Assad Ban had announced its decision to cease operations securityin the context of a telephone conversation on Wednesday.

In this dialogue, the secretary general had personally made this request, transmitting the president his "alarm at the continuing human rights violations and excessive use of force against civilians by the security forces, especially in the district of Al Ramel city of Latakia. " "He emphasized that all operations and mass arrests must stop immediately," reads the note.

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Assad said that operations against dissidents in Syria have ended
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