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RABAT, September 1 (Itar-Tass) - Arab League did not issue a mandate to whomever for delivering a possible strike at Syria, the Arab League spokesman Seif Hatti said Sunday in Cairo.
The League’s position as regards the Syrian crisis fits the norms of international law, Hatti said. Syria prefers relying on the U.S. Security Council in this respect as a guarantor of international legitimacy.
Hatti made his statement public before the opening of a conference of the League’s Foreign Ministers in Cairo. The situation around Syria is expected to turn into a central issue there.