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Asked if we support sanctions being imposed on Syria in the light of the Mehlis report commissioned by the UN, the PMOS said that Mr Mehlis was making his report to the UN tomorrow. We fully supported the call for a foreign ministers session at the UN and we fully supported those who said this was a very serious matter and Syria needed to live up to its international obligations. What was important was that we let the UN process go forward. That was as much as we could say at this stage. It was clearly a very serious report which required a very serious response.

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