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TUNIS, August 30 (Itar-Tass) - The Tunisian authorities oppose any foreign military intervention in Syria, the Tunisian Foreign Ministry stated on Friday.
“This decision (on invasion) will entail serious consequences not only for Syria, but also for all regional countries,” Tunisian Foreign Minister Othman Jerandi said after a meeting involving the president and the prime minister of the country that was totally devoted to the current tense situation around Syria. The minister noted the need to search for such ways to intensify the political dialogue as a peaceful conference Geneva-2.
Jerandi stated that Tunisia calls only for a peaceful settlement of the Syrian conflict to avert casualties and to preserve the territorial integrity of the country.