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The Foreign Ministry Spokesman discusses the situation of Christians in the country, the jihadist element in the opposition, the latest diplomacy and the chemical weapons inspections.
"However positive this resolution may be, the repression and the humanitarian disaster in Syria are tragically continuing. Our responsibility is to act to put an end to them."
Syria – Interview given by M. Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to Canal Plus (excerpts)
Paris, 18 September 2013
Q. – You’ve just come back from Moscow. (…) Didn’t (...)
"This report, which isn’t being seriously challenged, quite simply shows that the regime had and still has a significant arsenal of chemical weapons and that it has used it."
Syria – Interview given by M. François Hollande, President of the Republic, to TF1 (excerpts)
Paris, 15 September 2013
Q. – Syria first of all: the latest diplomatic negotiations in Geneva between the (...)
Syria/statements by M. Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs, at his joint press conference with his American and British counterparts
Paris, 16 September 2013
THE MINISTER – This morning, President (...)
"The Russians made a proposal just a few days ago; why did they do it? Because the Americans, we ourselves and a few others showed great firmness," says the Foreign Minister.
Syria – Excerpts from the reply given by M. Jean-Marc Ayrault, Prime Minister, to a question in the National Assembly
Paris, 11 September 2013
You’re right: France has shown the greatest determination. That was (...)
Press briefing by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman (excerpts)
Paris, 12 September 2013
Q. – The discussions at the UN on France’s draft resolution on Syria have begun. In France’s view, are (...)
Syria/meeting with the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan – Communiqué issued by the Presidency of the Republic
Paris, 13 September 2013
The French President had a meeting with (...)
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