Sep 9, 2013

Could The United States Find A Diplomatic Solution To Syrian Chemical Weapons Crisis
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President Barack Obama told PBS NewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill Monday evening that he would prefer a diplomatic solution in Syria and has spoken to Russian President Vladimir Putin about those efforts.

President Obama said Monday, a day before his prime-time address to the nation justifying military action in Syria, that he would prefer a diplomatic solution over a military strike.

“I did have those conversations” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he told PBS NewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill at the White House when asked whether he had discussions with the Russian leader about the idea of putting Syrian chemical weapons under international control.

via Obama Says He Spoke With Putin About Chemical Weapons Control Idea, Favors Diplomatic Solution | PBS NewsHour.

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