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Russia against pushing Libyan scenario in Syria, President Medvedev says

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday said his country stands against all steps of the international community that could result in pushing the events in Syria in the manner of the Libyan scenario.

"For this particular reason Russia has adopted a very reserved stance at the Security Council with regard to Syria," Medvedev added in a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

The Russian President stressed he does not want to see an international resolution that might be later manipulated and used to control the skies over Syria in order later to start military operations and the like.

Medvedev was very clear when he said in a recent interview with the British Financial Times, published by the Kremlin, that Russia will use the Veto against any Security Council resolution on Syria.

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