Monday, 13 August 2012

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visits Turkey to discuss Syrian crisis



U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is visiting Turkey to discuss the solution of the Syrian crisis. The crisis has caused a large number of casualties and made the natives of the country homeless. Hillary Clinton has talked with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu about the issues and collaboration to resolve them.
“There is a very clear understanding about the need to end this conflict quickly, but not doing it in a way that produces even more deaths, injuries and destruction,” the secretary of state said in her statement, as reported on inquisitr.com.
She urged on the need that both the countries should take solid steps in concluding the war situation in Syria and establish peace for the people of the country.
“We have been closely coordinating over the course of this conflict, but now we need to get into the real details of such operational planning. And it needs to be across both of our governments. Certainly our two ministries are coordinating much of it, but our intelligence services, our military, have very important responsibilities and roles to play,” Hillary Clinton said.
Turkish officials are also supporting the agenda of the United States government to move forward and resolve the issues in Syria. They have assured dedicated efforts from their side and demanded more assistance from the United States government to take practical measures.
The Syrian crisis has been going on for more than a year now and common people are the victims. They need urgent help from outside to return to their normal lives. The political system of the country has been disrupted and there is chaos everywhere. There is no security of life and property in the country.

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