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MOSCOW, April 27 (Itar-Tass) —— UN observers must present an objective picture of the Syrian events, the Syrian Popular Front for Liberation and Change’s Qadri Jamil said on Friday.
“There is a pressing need for observers and objective information about the events. The media often exaggerates the developments,” he said.
Jamil wondered why the League of Arab States observers had been withdrawn from Syria. “They won’t be able to do the same to the UN monitors,” he said.
It is necessary to find out who is responsible for violence and terrorism, he said. “We must know who orders that. There are forces wishing instability,” he concluded.