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Turkish Ambassador visits Hama

(Dp-news)

HAMA- Turkish Foreign Minister announced on Wednesday that the Turkish Ambassador to Syria visited Hama city on Wednesday “Turkish Ambassador to Syria visits Hama on Wednesday as a result for talks that have been held in Damascus yesterday.”

On Tuesday, Turkish FM visited Damascus and met President al-Assad. Talks focused upon Syrian Authorities crackdown on protests.

"Developments in the coming days will be critical, for both Syria and Turkey," Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu told a news conference in Ankara after returning from Syria. "Turkey's main and first aim is for the bloodshed to be stopped, and (for) an end to civilian deaths." He added.



On Wednesday too, Turkish FM Davutoglu hold a second press conference at he assured “Our Ambassador was in Hama and he witnessed Army Tanks leaving Hama city”

Davutoglu added “We arranged a Turkish press delegation to visit Hama and check the situation on the ground there, also we asked Diplomats to join us at this visit… I have called German Ambassador to Syria at this issue too.”


On Wednesday too, Syria state-run TV broadcast interviews with residents of Hama, whom were returning back home. Hama residents stated that “Armed Terrorist Groups were terrorizing, attack and kill civilians,” one resident testified “Armed groups were claiming Syrian army who was applying this not them and told people to say so.”

Turkish leaders have repeatedly urged Assad to halt the violence and make urgent reforms after popular protests against his regime erupted five months ago.

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