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BEIRUT, December 12, 5:41 (ITAR-TASS). Syria will resume partnership with Western special services to fight terrorism after their embassies are opened in Damascus, NBN reported.
“Cooperation with Europeans on the extremist dossier has been stopped,” NBN quoted a Syrian source said.
The U.S., France, Britain and other Western countries closed the embassies in Damascus in the beginning of 2012. These days Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said several Western countries gave signals to exchange information on the activities of armed extremists.