United States withdrew its own ambassador from Syria.

United States withdrew its ambassador from Syria.United States withdrew its own ambassador from Syria judgments on safety. In the words of the official dealer of the U.S. State Department, Mark Toner, the U.S. Embassy in Syria and the residence of Ambassador Robert Ford were attacked supporters of President Bashar Assad because of the condemnation action by the American side of the Syrian authorities. R.Ford left Syria in the morning on October 22 after a series of nasty incidents demonstrating the growing anger in parts of Syrian society. It is not clear when R.Ford return to Syria. This will depend on the development of the situation in the country, made Secretary of State, reports Associated Press.

Earlier, South American diplomats said that in the near future in the Syrian press articles began to appear more often with reproaches and criticism in the address R.Forda.

Meanwhile, in the U.S. so far not determine subsequent decisions on the Syrian issue. According to the Municipal Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the opposition has not asked for help from the U.S. in the fight with President Bashar al-Assad.

In Syria since March 2011. last mass demonstrations dissatisfied by the ruling regime. Participants unrest demanding the resignation of President B.Assad and political reforms. The Syrian authorities suppress unauthorized protests, including using military units. U.S. and European Union imposed a range of sanctions against the Syrian administration, and the UN Security Council condemned the blatant violation of human rights and the use of weapons against the civilian inhabitants.

But the adoption of a resolution on Syria in the UN Security Council failed because our homeland and China oppose intervention in the internal affairs of the country, and one-sided implementation of the sanctions imposed on the document veto.

From Syria as earlier received information Tipo occurring reprisals against enemies Assad. But often there is no evidence of these data.

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