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Head of Albanian Socialist Party Edi Rama who won the general elections on June 23 and would take over the Prime Ministry in September, announced their support for the possible military intervention of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Syria.
Rama, in a press statement, said that the government would take side of any action to prevent pressure on the Syrian opposition.
Stating that they acknowledged Syrian opposition to be right in their demand of freedom, Rama said:
"We historically owe to our allies who supported Albanian people's demand for freedom. As a new government, we would support the possible military intervention of NATO in Syria."
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