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Jordan proposes Syria peace plan during Arab FM Saudi meeting

The plan includes steps to tackle the refugee crisis and smuggling across borders.
This picture shows a view of the Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees, near the Jordanian city of Mafraq.

BEIRUT — As Arab top officials meet in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Friday to discuss Syria’s return to the Arab fold, Jordan is proposing a plan to end the Syrian conflict and address its devastating consequences in the region.

A source close to the matter revealed to Reuters on Thursday that the kingdom has suggested the formation of a joint Arab group to “directly engage the Syrian government on a detailed plan to end the conflict.”

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