means that nations with close economic ties with the regime of Bashar al-Assad to follow in the approval of Syrian oil and gas industry
United States, for the first time called on countries to stop buying Syrian oil and gas, as he tries to put pressure on President Bashar al-Assad to end the country brutal repression of demonstrators.
Secretary U. S. of State Hillary Clinton suggested that Washington might be making progress in persuading European nations, China and India to reduce its energy ties with Syria, saying, "Stay Tuned" when asked what progress had been made.
Clinton said that the best way to pressure Syria to stop its crackdown on protesters demanding the end of the Assad regime was the boycott of oil and gas. This, however, much of the fall of other nations, because there is little U.S. involvement.
Syrian forces shot dead 13 demonstrators on Friday, activists said, as tens of thousands of protesters chanting "we kneel only to God," Assad demanded the withdrawal of power.protest marches took place
oil production of 380,000 barrels per day Syria generates most currencies of the state. According to the Energy Information Administration of the United States, Syrian oil exports, go mainly to European countries like Germany, Italy and France.
"President Assad has lost the legitimacy to lead and it is clear that Syria would be better off without him," he said during the news conference, echoing earlier comments by the Obama administration .
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