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NEW YORK, September 10 (Itar-Tass) - President Barack Obama, in his remarks in an interview to the NBC News television channel on Monday, said he had not decided whether to use military force against Syria if Congress votes "no". He said an evaluation of the situation would follow the forthcoming voting in Congress.
President Barack Obam, in his remarks in an interview to the CNN television network on Monday, said he is prepared to consider in earnest Russia's proposal on other countries' control over the stocks of chemical weapons in Syria.
He said international control would not settle the conflict but would, possibly, contribute to avoiding a military action.