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Studio interview: Syria's future and next step by int'l community

04-10-2012 13:54 BJT Special Report:Crisis in Syria |

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Under the UN deal, Syrian government forces were ordered to begin withdrawing troops from urban centres, while opposition fighters were ordered to stop fighitng. Full story >>

For more analysis on the Syrian crisis, joining us in the studio is Ms. He Wenping, a research fellow at the Institute of West Asian and African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Q1: There are still reports of conflicts and exchanges of fire. Why is the Syrian government refusing to implement the agreed ceasefire on time?

Q2: What direction is Syria likely to head towards? What is expected to be the next step of the UN, Arab-League and other relevant parties?

Q3: What role have the world powers played during the long term negotiations for solving the Syria crisis and what are their stakes or considerations?

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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