Would give safe exit to Bashar al-Assad: Cameron
Dubai: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would be allowed a safe passage by British Prime Minister David Cameron, the latter said in a television interview to Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya TV on Tuesday, as per a news agency.
Cameron allegedly said that thousands of people have been killed in Syrian clashes and he would do “anything to get that man out of the country and to have a safe transition in Syria."
"I am certainly not offering him an exit plan to Britain but if wants to leave, he could leave, that could be arranged," Cameron said in Abu Dhabi, UAE, as per report.
Meanwhile, a bomb blast was reported in Qudsaya, which killed 10 people and injured 40 others. The bomb blast took place near the homes of government in the city.
(With Agency Inputs)
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