Paris: French President Francois Hollande stressed the need to reinforce international support to Syrian opposition "to enable it to face the (Syrian) regime`s attacks".
Hollande Friday met the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan here.
He "stressed the need to stand firm against the regime of Bashar Al-Assad, to dissuade him from committing further use of chemical weapons and accept negotiations to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis".
Hollande and his main Arab allies also stressed their "commitment to help establish a united and free Syria in which the safety and rights of all communities are respected", reported Xinhua from a statement by the presidency office.
The French foreign ministry announced the French, British and the US foreign ministers were scheduled to meet in Paris Monday to discuss the Syrian crisis.