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Saturday, August 11, 2012
Ecuador Rejects Violations to Human Rights and Aggression in Syria
Quito, Aug 11.- Ecuadorian Foreign Affairs Minister Ricardo Patiño rejected the deaths and the violations to human rights in Syria "come from where they come" and the direct military intervention or insinuation in that country.
When presenting the annual report to the nation today, Patiño reiterated the Ecuadorian position regarding that conflict and the support of the government to the efforts of the United Nations to overcome that conflict.
Patiño emphasized that Ecuador opposes to the aggression in any country of the world, even if that conflict is incited by some international powers.
He lamented also the lack of support from the international community to the peace mission headed by Kofi Anan and demanded a cease of fire.
Last June, President Rafael Correa reiterated his support for a peaceful solution to the conflict and rejected Syrian misrepresentations about the country's position in front of a project concerned with the slaughter of Al-Houleh (Hula) at the United Nations.
Ecuador's Foreign Ministry also issued at the time an official statement that supported the six-point plan proposed by Annan, then Envoy Set the Arab League and United Nations. (Prensa Latina).
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