The "Friends of Syria" group of 11 foreign ministers from Western and Arab countries who oppose the regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, has agreed to "ramp up" support for moderate opposition groups in the country, British Foreign Minister William Hague has said.
"We've also agreed unanimously to take further steps together through a coordinated strategy to increase our support for the moderate opposition, the national coalition and for its supreme military council and associated moderate armed groups," Mr Hague said.
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