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BRUSSELS, August 27 (Itar-Tass) - NATO is planning an emergency meeting to discuss the situation in Syria in the wake of the chemical attack in suburban Damascus on August 21. According to the available information, the meeting might take place on August 29, a well-informed diplomatic source told Itar-Tass.
The meeting is due to take place shortly, the source said.
NATO's press service told Tass it could not confirm this information as yet.
The leading NATO countries including the USA, France and Great Britain, have announced that they have been considering possible options of military intervention in Syria. Until recently, NATO, as an organization, has adhered to the position of noninterference in this conflict.