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Published on Apr 21, 2012
The foreign-backed armed groups fighting against the Syrian government have called for military intervention in the country even without the approval of the UN Security Council.
This comes as the Syrian government has announced it would continue to respect and implement the peace plan brokered by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan.
Syrian Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday that Syria and the UN have signed an agreement outlining the functions of an observing mission and Damascus' responsibilities regarding the implementation of ceasefire in the country.
Despite relative calm in most areas of Syria following the April 12 ceasefire, some Arab governments -- like Qatar and Saudi Arabia -- are pushing to send weapons to armed opposition groups in the country.