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August 06, 2004 

Armitage Warns of Further U.S. Sanctions on Syria

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage today said that the Bush administration is studying Syria's response to the sanctions imposed under the Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act in May 2004 and warned that additional sanctions could be imposed. In an interview with the Lebanese Al Hayat-LBC satellite station Armitage said "we have the ability to go to stage two, which will be a more draconian sanctions regime," but noted such a decision has not been made.



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