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Russia won't support any UN Resolution against Syria

President Dmitry Medvedev of Russia on Wednesday said that his country won't support any UN Security Council resolution against Syria.

In a press conference in Moscow, Medvedev said "the Syrian government should be given the required time to fulfill the reforms announced. We shouldn’t put pressure on Syria by adopting resolutions against it."

The UN Security Council resolution on Libya, to which Russia voted, was manipulated by a number of countries, said President Medvedev, adding the development of events proved that such resolutions can be manipulated and consequently the UN position could be undermined.

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