U.S.,Turkey discuss priorities for Syria crisis

Sunday, August 12, 2012
U.S. Secretary Hillary Clinton addressing a meeting in Istanbul
Istanbul: The U.S secretary states Hillary Clinton met with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and discussed about three urgent priorities for Syria, including the possibility of a chemical attack. 

Both the leader reached at a conclusion to setup a working group to plan for possible scenarios in Syria.

As the second priority to end the crisis, U.S. Secretary of State announced an additional $5.5 million in US humanitarian aid to Syria.

Reportedly, Clinton concluded her speech by praising Turkey’s efforts on the crisis in Syria. 
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