Egypt, Turkey, Iran Discuss Ways To End Bloodshed in Syria

The presidents of Egypt, Iran and Turkey have discussed “mechanisms to end the bloodshed” in Syria, the state-run Middle East News agency said.

In the three-way summit held in Cairo today, Presidents Mohamed Mursi, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Abdullah Gul agreed on the necessity of “empowering” Syrians to put an end to bloodshed and the destruction of infrastructure, MENA said, citing Egypt’s presidential spokesman, Yasser Ali.

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